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Algavinn 04-07-2012 04:16 AM

Which creatine, what dosing?
 
After years lifting, I still have yet to ever actually use Creatine, however with it being so cheap and my energy levels being so **** low, I thought it necessary to grab some. I prefer purchase from true nutrition because of their prices and my continued satisfaction with them over the years if nothing else. I'd like suggestions on which product I might want to get and the loading regimen if I'm doing pills or powder.


This is the selection I'm looking at currently:

http://www.truenutrition.com/c-135-creatine.aspx

HardCory 04-07-2012 03:49 PM

Your selection didn't come up for me, but I always order the creatine monohydrate powder from them.

Algavinn 04-07-2012 10:28 PM

Hmm, I edited my post but it undid everything I put in there.


I was just looking at the true nutrition search page for creatine, as they have several 'options' though I guess only one plain creatine that I care to have. I am considering grabbing this though to mix with protein for my PWO, and get some plain creatine monohydrate for my otherwise daily use.

http://www.truenutrition.com/p-1109-...rmula-1lb.aspx



I think later today I'll make an order of a few things. The PWO WMS/creatine/BCAA mix, some straight out creatine, and glutamine.

FitnessPower 06-18-2012 02:55 PM

Pure creatine monohidrate is the best supplementation if you aks me. I recommend taking 5g to 10g of creatine monohydrate, half before and half after your workout. Creatine monohydrate is the least expensive form of the supplement and is 90 percent absorbable. I increased my strength and muscle mass due to increased exercise intensity; this is facilitated by the Creatine supplementation. Increased muscle mass and strength are unlikely to occur with out an increase in training intensity. However, some research has started to show a protein synthesising effect of Creatine supplementation in vitro.


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