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Go to the gym, cough, sneeze, fart on as many pieces of equipment as you can,fuck them, infect as many people as you can.This will lead to much less people in the gym, possibly contaminating you with a worse infection. Ontop of that, youll get in an out of the gym faster with less wait-time for equipment.
The increase of various foods such as onions, garlic and other foods high in sulfur will aid in tendon tear prevention. Some individuals, who use excessive antibiotics prior to a tear, will result in weakening of the tissue. Fluoro quinolones such as Cipro, are commonly associated with tendon tears and should be avoided whenever possible. Just simply remind the doctor that you are actively lifting weights and wish to avoid any type of antibiotic that may weaken your tendons. The effects of antibiotics on your tendons can last up to 6 months before any injury will occur. It is common to see this type of injury in men between the ages of 16 to 45 years of age.
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