The Powerful Supplement “CREATININE”

THE POWERFUL SUPPLEMENT

Old school bodybuilding functioned majorly on basic stuff such as protein powder and creatinine with great results. It worked wonders as men and women looked lean, muscular and had great skin quality using just these simple products.

Creatinine is such an underrated supplement in present times due to various fancy, over promising products in the fitness world. To understand what creatinine does to support muscle mass takes some science and routine.

Supplementing with creatinine increases the body’s capacity to store more water in the
muscles. More water leads to bigger muscle size as the human body is 70 percent water, bigger muscle size means more power in doing work which equals more weights lifted. When an individual lifts more weights, more energy is expended by the muscles hence more wear and tear.

The muscles that are subjected to higher wear and tear lead to more growth during the recovery phase of meals and sleep, hence bigger muscle size in the making. After completing the creatinine cycle for a recommended four weeks, the excess water stored will be flushed out of the body leaving the grown muscles behind.

Try 5gms of creatinine mixed with the pre-workout shake followed by 5gms and the post-workout whey shake. Observe the strength going up, try and lift heavier, feed the body well, rest well and you will notice visible results.

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Vijay Macmilton, is a fitness, nutrition, and physique transformation coach apart from being a pilot with a leading airline. Being a fitness enthusiast he has studied this field comprehensively and has mastered the science and math that goes into body building and achieving sustainable weight loss. His extensive knowledge and passion in the field of diet, fitness, and wellness makes him our go to man for staying in great shape.

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