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Creakong Cx8

Creakong Cx8

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  • Maximum creatine efficacy & uptake
  • Increase strength, power & stamina
  • Boost ATP production & muscle synthesis
  • Rapid absorbing multi-creatine blend
  • Clinically researched ingredients only ZERO carbs, sugars, fillers


Loading is the process of taking more or extra servings of creatine for a fixed period at the beginning of your usage cycle to ensure saturation levels in the body. Generally the loading process only needs to be used for standard types of creatine that have a harder time being absorbed by your body. Because we use only high-absorbing forms Creatine Monohydrate, Creatine Malate, and Creatine Magnesium Chelate, you will not need to load the product or take additional servings to start enjoying it's benefits."

CSM stands for CREATINE SYNTHESIS MATRIX, which is a blend of 3 unique amino acids that support creatine levels in the body, and actually are the 3 aminos that ‘make up’ creatine as well; Glycine, L-Arginine, L-Methionine. Our Science Director Nelson Narciso explains the mechanism of actions: “Arginine and glycine are potent precursors of creatine. Interpretation of the quantitative data reveals that in the present experiments a minimum of 26 per cent of the amidine nitrogen of the newly formed creatine in the body was derived from that of the added arginine, and 26 per cent of sarcosine nitrogen of the creatine was derived from the added glycine. Glycine reacts with the amidine group of arginine to form guanidoacetic acid, and this is methylated to form creatine by shift of the methyl group from methionine. Methionine through this methylation helps form guanidoacetic acid, which goes on to help form creatine.” 

Creatine is made without the use of any animal ingredients. It is animal-free. Also, what most people should be aware of is that some creatine is already in the diet of those who eat meat. Thus, we routinely see when a vegan or vegetarian athlete adds creatine supplements to their diet, that they get the most improved power due to the fact they have not been routinely ingesting any creatine. Vegans often report terrific results when they add creatine into their program!

No. Creatine draws water from the body and forces water to go INSIDE the muscle, for it to do its work. There is a difference between cell volumization and water retention. Cell volumization (what we want) leads to more water inside the muscle cells, making the muscle bigger and firmer. Water retention though (the process that makes muscles look smooth) happens outside the muscle cells.

Creatine increases physical performance in successive bursts of short-term, high-intensity exercise. Intensity is necessary to achieve natural strength gains and muscle growth or increased athletic performance. Muscle growth takes place when the muscle has been overloaded. Without heavy sets, your muscle will remain small. Creatine promotes intense lifting by recycling the necessary energy molecule ATP. Creatine also buffers the development of lactic acid allowing for a more enduring workout. As you know, lactic acid buildup is one of the main causes of exercise-related muscle fatigue. (NNHPD; Okudan and Gökbel 2005; Brose et al. 2003; Preen et al. 2003; Bemben et al. 2001; Volek et al. 1999; Vandenberghe et al. 1997; Hultman et al. 1996)

What Is Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)? ATP is called the “universal energy molecule” in biology classes. This is the organic compound found in muscle which, upon being broken down enzymatically, yields energy for muscle contraction. There is only enough ATP stored in our bodies typically to provide energy for approximately 10 seconds. For this energy system to continue, more ATP is required. As ATP gets used up for energy, it loses a phosphate molecule and becomes ADP (adenosine diphosphate; it has 2 phosphate molecules now, instead of 3). Creatine supplements boost the body’s levels of creatine phosphate, which gives up its phosphate molecule to ADP (adenosine diphosphate), thus recreating ATP (adenosine with 3 phosphate molecules). Increasing the muscle's supply of creatine phosphate helps increase the rate in which the body can supply ATP, and that ATP is what gives us energy. Creatine monohydrate has been shown to be one of the most effective ingredients ever, at providing this type of cellular energy.

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