Are you confused about what Creatine Monohydrate is? Good news, we want to help you understand this highly beneficial supplement with a quick guide!
1. WHAT IS CREATINE?
Creatine is a molecule that occurs naturally in muscle cells.During high-intensity workouts such as lifting, creatine helps your body produce energy by producing a molecule called adenosine triphosphate(ATP).
Imagine ATP as fuel and your body as a car. Creatine creates and recycles the fuel (ATP) for your body when it runs out.
When it comes time to train, if your muscles have been saturated with creatine, they will use the stored creatine to provide fuel for your body - giving you the ability to maximize your output during training.
Creatine doesn't necessarily have any acute acting benefits, though. For example - when you consume an ingredient like caffeine from a pre-workout, you start to feel the effects within minutes; your heart rate increases, your focus and energy increase, and you feel it kick in.
3. WHO SHOULD TAKE CREATINE?
If your goals include improving your overall performance, then the short answer is YOU! Creatine can increase muscle mass, strength, and endurance performance. Creatine is also one of the least expensive, most effective, and safest supplements you can take
4. WHEN TO TAKE CREATINE?
Every day (off days too)!
The goal is to saturate your muscles with creatine so that when it comes time to train, your muscles are ready to give your body more fuel! You can accomplish this by consuming one scoop (5 grams) of our creatine every day.
Remember, creatine doesn't have an acute benefit like caffeine, so you can take it at any time during the day. The goal is to take it consistently!
Our Creatine Monohydrate is flavorless, meaning you can mix one serving (5 grams) with any of our other supplements, such as Flip Mode pre-workout, Drip, Astro Aminos, post-workout shake, or by itself!
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Now that you have the answers to the question, what is creatine monohydrate, why not try improving your athletic performance with it?