Creatine Monohydrate is one of the most researched sporting supplements on the market today, and for good reason too, Scientist and sports nutritionist alike will advocate this supplement for athletes undertaking high-intensity exercise. Creatine is stored within a muscle to a limited capacity, it is a molecule that plays a crucial role in the production of energy during very high-intensity muscle contractions over a 1-10s period eg. sprinting or lifting 1 RM .
When we maximally exert ourselves creatine can be the limiting factor in energy production. Creatine is used in the cells of our muscle to help regenerate energy but there is only so much available, taking up to 4 minutes to be fully restored. That`s where creatine powder comes in. If we can increase creatine stores we can improve our bodies capacity to maximally exert.
- Creatine Monohydrate range from contributing to increased muscle mass, improving energy levels.
- Improves strength and overall improves physical performance in successive burst of short-term high-intensity exercise.
- Look at it this way, if you can do more reps or sprint for longer this means faster training adaptations.
- Creatine is used in the cells of our muscle to help regenerate energy but there is only so much available, taking up to 4 minutes to be fully restored.
For the first 5-7 days take 0.3 g per kg of bodyweight e.g. an 80 kg should take 24 g. Afterwards, you can reduce to a maintenance phase of 3-5 g per day.
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