Using Creatine to Help Build Muscle: The Key Facts Athletes Should Know

What Is Creatine?

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Creatine is a non-essential amino acid.  It’s produced by our bodies in limited amounts and converted to phosphocreatine and stored in our muscles.  Creatine is also found in the diet, the best sources are:

  • Wild Game (Bison, Venison/Deer)
  • Turkey
  • Chicken
  • Wild Caught Fish

= = >To get the optimal amount of creatine for athletic performance, supplements are often used.

 

How Using Creatine Helps Build Muscle

The phosphocreatine stored in our muscles is used for energy.  It’s converted to ATP (a major source of energy) during High Intensity, Short Duration activities like:

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  • Weight Training
  • Bodybuilding
  • Sprinting
  • Cross Fit
  • Martial Arts

Strength Athletes that have the extra energy to push for “one more rep” or “add two more plates” should see improvements in Lean Muscle Mass.

 

building muscle with creatine supplementsHow to Take Creatine Supplements

Most Creatine supplements come in pill or powder form.  Some are mixed with other ingredients.  Here are some general guidelines:

  • 3-5 grams per day
  • Take with carbohydrate source (ex. fruit juice)
  • Cycle (ex. 8 weeks on 2 weeks off)
  • Take at same time each day to keep stores full

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Always follow the directions on the supplement package.  Strenuous exercise and supplement intake should be undertaken with the supervision of a knowledgeable health care professional.

 

What People are Saying About Muscle Advance Creatine Monohydrate:

“I didn’t believe my friends when they told me how much Creatine helped their workouts. After a few weeks using Muscle Advance Creatine now I’m a believer.” – Jasan

“Before using Muscle Advance Creatine I always felt like there was something missing from my workouts. Now I’m getting the maximum effect when I lift.” – Mike

F.A.Q.s

Q. Where can I buy Muscle Advance Creatine Supplements?

A.  Through this link to the manufacturer’s website