Creatine in more detail

The biggest enemy to a good workout is fatigue. As much as you try to fight it, eventually your muscles grow tired and your strength plummets. It could mean the end to your workout, so fight back.

When you supplement with creatine, fatigue may be reduced to help you get the most out of your workouts

Some of the main benefits creatine may promote are:

Improved muscular strength and output level
Reduced sensation of muscular fatigue
Improved recovery rates so you can push harder in every workout
Increased muscular endurance capacity
Hydrated muscles for a larger and fuller appearance

Creatine in more detail

Creatine occurs naturally in the body and comes from food sources like beef.

Creatine may replenish your energy reserves during resistance training. Creatine works by saturating your muscles with a high-energy compound called creatine phosphate, and it can be used by the body as an immediate energy supply when you need to push out those last few reps in the gym.

When those creatine phosphate stores run out, you risk cutting your workout short, so don't be depleted in the gym and always be prepared by adding creatine to your supplement line.

Creatine also hydrates muscle cells with water, promoting muscle fiber growth. It is one of the compounds that your muscles require to contract, and the more of it in your muscles, the more contractions (reps) you can physically complete.

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