Repairing damaged muscles?

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  1. Alternative

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    I was playing tennis earlier today and as I served the ball, I lost my balance and fell hurting my legs pretty bad.

    This is probably due in part to the fact that I have been quite inactive lately. After a hard game of tennis last week and then climbing a 3500 meter mountain this weekend, my legs have been pushed to their limit.

    What are some good ways to repair damage muscles? (Diets and exercises)
     
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    whenever im sore, walking a lot seems to help. a massage might be beneficial too. other than that, sleep a lot and keep eating.
     
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    y0gfx BURAAAJYANAII!!!

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    LOL. See a doctor.

    edit: keep playing and training. your body will adapt.
     
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    AS is your friend for speedy recovery.
     
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    what is AS?
     
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    Oh, and it wasn't a direct blow to my leg, I seemed to have twisted my groin area. Ive done this alot, but its alot worse this time :hs:
     
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    AS = steroids, but AAS actually.

    Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids (AAS)
     
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