Sam Dovey – KBT Education Managing Director
Having worked with hundreds of athletes over many years, I fully understand that joint pain and recovery from minor injuries can really get in the way of training and cause a lot of frustration – something I have also personally experienced.
With so many supplements available claiming to tackle these issues, it can be hard to know what to choose without spending hours on the Internet searching, before buying something you’re not sure is going work.
I’d heard some positive things about the GLC2000 joint formula, and as with everything we do at KBT education we wanted to see if it worked for ourselves.
As such, I arranged for a number of KBT educators and athletes with a wide variety of long standing joint issues and niggles to trial GLC2000, including myself.
The results have been impressive, with my own patella tendinitis and hip discomfort dissipating over the 60 day course. Plus a number of other success stories, some of which are shared below.
After this trial we feel confident to recommend GLC2000 to anyone suffering with joint discomfort.
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Stu Martin – British Weightlifting Elite Athlete Performance Manager
I found my GLC2000 trial to be really effective. I have an ongoing knee tendinopathy which means I struggle with periods of high intensity training and volume.
My GLC2000 trial arrived in the run-up to the British Weightlifting Championship last year, and in those 6 weeks the soreness in my knee seemed a lot more manageable. Actually I don’t think I got a single flare up, which is unheard of for me during a competition prep phase.
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Cameron Lodge – KBT Educator
“I have a family history of knee problems. A lot of my family have had knee surgeries and even knee replacements. This combined with being a weightlifter means that I tend to walk around with my knees feeling pretty beat up most of the time.
A week or so into my trial of GLC2000 I found that the constant aches in my knees seemed much less severe. As time went on, the general stiffness that I felt first thing in the morning began to subside, as well as a number of common aches in my other joints.
Also I found out the hard way if you forget to take GLC2000 for a few days, your aches come back fast.
So GLC2000 seems to do the job for sure. Well for me at least.”
Damien St Ledger – KBT Senior Educator
I’ve always struggled with my knees, I’d tried every supplement and treatment out there. When I first heard of GLC2000 I just thought it was an overpriced glucosamine that was well advertised and marketed.
Eventually my training got to the stage where I couldn’t lift much more than 50% – and it was holding me back. So I ‘bit the bullet’ and bought my first tub of GLC2000.
Within a week I started feeling the benefits, within 2 weeks I was back training heavy. My training has gone through the roof since taking it.
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Noorin Gulam – English 2018 Senior Champion 48kg
“Let’s talk about knees.. and elbows, wrists, shoulders, ankles, hips while we’re at it. If you lift/lead a lifestyle in sport you NEED to invest in GLC2000 its just the best thing.
I have struggled with severe tendinopathy alternating in both my knees for a long time, it just seemed like something I was going to have to put up with and train around. But I’ve been consistent with GLC2000 for 2 months now and they’ve not felt this good in a LONG time.’ ”
Chris Freebury – English 2018 Senior Champion 69kg – KBT Senior Coach Educator
I started using GLC2000 for the first time in the run up to the commonwealth championships last year, to try and help manage soreness from increasing my training volume (mainly shoulder and knees).
For the first few weeks I didn’t feel much difference; but as my training cycle progressed I found that I was able to train consistently for an extra few weeks before more noticeable niggles set in and started to hamper my progress and recovery.
I use these aches to dictate when I need to schedule a deload week. So being able to train steadily for 5-6 weeks of progressing intensity, instead of my usual 3-4 weeks is a massive improvement.
Overall I’m very impressed with the results of GLC2000, and feel it will be a staple in my competition preparation going forward.