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Postby dglover » Jan 24, 2006 12:39

I bought Stretching Scientifically a few weeks ago. I have been using the techniques and have been seeing progress. I have a stretching machine and it shows that I have gone from 100 degrees to 150 in about three weeks.

I still have a long way to go before I can get in chairs, but I am diggin' this book...

Now to my question....

I have been noticing that my joints pop more. There is no pain associated with the pops. When I was young, I remember my mom walking and listening to her ankles pop and creak. I am just wondering if this is hereditary or something I should be concerned about.

My doctor says, "No pain, no need to come in." I say, if I can avoid something before it comes to pain, I'd like to do it. I would much rather be proactive. I have had sciatic nerve pain before and don't want to go through that again.
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Postby backinjured » Jan 24, 2006 20:05

If you've bought Stretching Scientifically, you might want to look at page 158 in the bottom of the page SOUNDS IN AND AROUND JOINTS, you'll get a clear explanation!

Note: I have the Fourth Edition! book
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Postby dglover » Jan 24, 2006 23:44

backinjured wrote:If you've bought Stretching Scientifically, you might want to look at page 158 in the bottom of the page SOUNDS IN AND AROUND JOINTS, you'll get a clear explanation!

Note: I have the Fourth Edition! book


Yeap, there it is. Thanks!

Sorry for posting a covered topic
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Postby Chingo » Feb 21, 2006 09:17

I also get these sounds in my ankles and elbows sometimes and I only have the Video, Is it a sign of over doing it cause I've always been a bit clicky and I don't push myself to the max?
Cheers.
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