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Improve Muscle Strength

Creatine is a molecule that's produced in the body from amino acids, through some funky stuff that happens in our body, it gets regenerated into ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) the primary energy carrier in the body. This role in energy production is most relevant under conditions of high energy demand such as intense physical or mental activity. 

It is commonly accepted that Creatine is thought to improve strength, increase lean muscle mass, and help the muscles recover more quickly during exercise. This muscular boost may help an athlete achieve bursts of speed and energy, especially during short bouts of high-intensity activities such as weight lifting or sprinting

The benefit of creatine

The primary benefit of creatine is an improvement in strength and power output during resistance exercise. When used in conjunction with resistance exercise, creatine may modestly increase lean mass. This would suit someone who is trying to increase their strength, performance in the gym, running, cycling or any other exercise where strength is a key indicator to performance.

Should you use creatine with a protein shake?

Creatine is perfect to stack with protein and BCAA supplementation. Why, as it is a good idea to split the daily serving of creatine - too much at once can cause diarrhea - having it post workout in your protein shake along with BCAA’s allows you to get all your performance and recovery aminos in one serving. 

How to use creatine monohydrate

There is a stigma associated with creatine use is to "load up" in the first 5 days then use it for 8 weeks. Pause for 4 weeks, then start the cycle again. Although studies have shown that you can "load up" at 20gm per day and spread this out over 4-5 servings per day of 4-5gm for 5 days, then drop back to 5gm per day for as long as you need to.

Creatine is a progressive amino acid, meaning the longer you take it, the stronger you can potentially become. It is derived from eating meat and fish as the body can produce it but you can also get it from natural supplements to reduce your animal-based intake in your diet.