All that said, I can’t get past the fact that Samsung is trying to sell you a TV that doubles as a display for art. The Frame just doesn’t work for that. The screen itself has that dull glossy sheen that most TVs have, and when the TV is in Art Mode, it’s dreadfully obvious that it’s just a digital image on an edge-lit display. If you install the Frame anywhere near a window, as I did, you’re going to see glare on the screen almost always. So there’s no fooling me or my guests that there’s now a painting where my TV used to be. It just looks like a really nice TV.
Looking for advice.. I’ve made an appointment to get the pshot next month but I’m wandering what things can help or hinder obtaining the best results. First of all, does being overweight have an adverse effect on optimal pshot results? I’m 6’1″ 256lbs so I am a bit overweight..would losing weight first help in getting optimal results? Also what things, if any, can I be doing to prepare for the shot? Things like drinking plenty of water and eating foods or taking any supplements that might help in increasing my red cell/ platelet count? Also any thoughts as to other supplements to use in conjunction with the pshot like an hgh releaser such as Genf20 or using dht cream? Thanks.
Just bought the Flex-N-Go and I’m trying your exercises. I’ve been down all the avenues you have with my patellar tendonitis; physical therapy, hot and cold packs, massage, and PRP (which cost me a ton!). The success rate of surgery is low so I opted out of that. Thanks for posting this information. I have high hopes for these exercises and will let you know how it goes. Also, check out the Rumble Roller. I discovered it on this website http://-knee-/injuries/patellar-tendonitis-knee-tendonitis/ along with some great exercises for strengthening your legs.