Creatine Monohydrate - Why we absolutely LOVE it 🙌
The majority of our customers and followers across our socials
have heard us go on and on and on about creatine... and the reason why?
 
Creatine is one of the most effective and desirable nutritional supplements on the fitness market.

Why Take Creatine?

Not just because it is one of the most scientifically backed supplements

out there but also because the sheer amount of benefits it has: 

 ✅ Significantly improves performance, endurance AND explosiveness in physical activity
✅ Helps the muscles recover faster during exercise
 ✅ Promotes growth of pure muscle mass


✅Not only an incredibly effective supplement but it’s super popular because

it’s a pretty inexpensive supplement to add to your stack considering the proven benefits 💪🏻

 

Creatine in the body quickly produces energy during exercise, thus you can train harder.

 

 

Now there are various types and forms of creatine, but our best seller is Biotech Creatine Monohydrate.

Why?


It’s the most common type of creatine on the market AND the most scientifically researched.


Leads to faster absorption of the substance in the body

 

If your goal is muscle growth - then easily the single top supplement we recommend is creatine 💪🏻


BUT if you goal is also boosting your endurance performance,

then it’s also for you. (It’s amazing we know, it’s why we go on and on about it 🙊)

 


How to take Creatine?

It’s unflavoured so can be easily mixed in with your other shakes like protein and weight gainer shakes etc. And don’t get too caught up on when is it optimal to take it.. Some argue before a workout, some argue after and there are studies that show both can be optimal - we say just take it at a time that works for you. So if you can add it to your pre or your post workout drink, you should receive all the benefits 🙌

 

 

P.S If you have any questions at all or need help finding the right supps for you,

slide into our DM's or ping us an email  We would LOVE to help you!

 

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