New - Advanced Ultra Pure Creatine
The new Advanced Ultra Pure Creatine containing Creapure® is now available in 300 g with our new look!
What is Creatine monohydrate?
Creatine monohydrate is one of the most widely used, studies and inexpensive supplement around. Creatine is not only found in small amounts of foods like beef, chichen and fish, but it is even naturally produced in your body. It is found in every cell and functions as an energy storage place. In your body, creatine is made up from the amino acids glycine, arginine and methionine.
Creatine drives burst muscle contractions by fueling ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate, the energy machines in your muscles). ATP are high-energy molecules with 3 strongly bound phosphates. When a phosphate breaks loose, energy is released. Creatine’s job is to replenish the phosphates to keep ATP running. Supplemental creatine increases the share volume of available fuel to power ATP. Creatine phosphate levels and the regeneration of ATP play a key role when your body has to make intensive and repetitive efforts. It also pulls water into your muscle cells, which increases protein synthesis while taking advantage of the energy boosts.
More available creatine supports greater muscle power output and explosive strenght.
- More rapidly produced energy
- More explosive muscle power
- Increased strenght
- Increased ability to train harder
- Faster results
What is Creapure®?
Creapure® is pateted creatine and the purest and finest quality micronized form of Creatine monohydrate. It is the most widely studied form of creatine and is proven to be safe and effective. When purchasing Creapure® supplements, you can be assured that you are using one of the best and most reliable products on the market.
Creapure® is vegan and exclusively manufactured by chemical synthesis. Raw materials and intermediates are not derived from animal or herbal products resulting in no traces that may have originated from animal or herbal byproducts.
To keep in mind
It is important during the loading phase to increase your training intensity gradually. You quickly might feel that you can train more and heavier, but your ligaments and tendons must also be given enough time to adapt.