Creatine monohydrate has been shown to:
- Increase muscle mass/size (when used in conjunction with a resistance training program).
- Improve strength, power, and performance in repetitive bouts of brief, high intensity physical activity (e.g. sprints, jumping).
- Decrease muscular fatigue in response to high intensity exercise (weight training).
Every write-up crafted about creatine, including ours, should simply say: it’s creatine, enough said. This is, after all, the most studied, the most anecdotally verified, and the most well known dietary supplement available to us – and with good reason. The evidence on creatine truly does, “speak for itself.”
With that said, much hoopla has arisen over the past few years regarding how to take creatine, when to take creatine, which form is the best, and so on. We have simplified that for you, and provided you the best, highest purity creatine monohydrate on the market at a competitive price – unbeatable, we’d say!
Creatine is perhaps the most studied and verified of all dietary supplements, earning its moniker as the, “grandfather of supplements.” Through a number of enzymatic and cellular steps, creatine is first metabolized into a compound known as phosophocreatine, and eventually into a compound known as ATP (adenosine triphosphate) – the so-called, “energy currency” of the human body. As a dietary supplement, the use of creatine over extended periods of time has been linked to a wide-range of physiological benefits, including: cell volumization, increased delivery of plasma (blood) nutrients to the cell, an increase in skeletal muscle total mass and protein synthesis, decrease in muscular fatigue, and increased endurance.