Hello, just to answer the basic questions first:
relevant demographics: I'm 23, Male, 6'1, 155, and pretty low body fat (I'd say 12% based on eyeballing it)
- injury history: no injury history that I can think of, except that i sometimes experience joint pain in my elbow or knee, but only if...
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