MuscleTech Platinum 100% Creatine, Ultra-Pure Micronized Creatine Powder, Unflavored, 0.88 Pound

MuscleTech Platinum 100% Creatine, Ultra-Pure Micronized Creatine Powder, Unflavored, 0.88 Pound

 

 

Price: $9.47 ($10.76 / Pound) $9.97 Save $0.50 (5%)

 


About the product

5 Grams of Premium HPLC-Tested Micronized Creatine Powder
MuscleTech Platinum Creatine Features Creatine Monohydrate, the Most Researched Form of Creatine Powder in Sports Nutrition
Clinically Studied Results – Subjects Built 6 Pounds of Muscle in 6 Weeks
100% Micronized Creatine Monohydrate Powder Helps Increase Strength, Build Lean Muscle & Improve Recovery
Unflavored Micronized Creatine Provides Convenient Mixing Options with your Protein Powder Unlike Creatine Capsules

MuscleTech Platinum 100% Creatine

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Key Features
5,000 mg Creatine Per Serving
Builds Lean Muscle
Increases Strength
Improve Recovery
Free 100 gram Bonus

Directions
Mix 1 scoop with 8 oz. of water 1 to 2 times daily. For more impressive results, replace water with a carbohydrate beverage or sports drink.

The Ultimate Creatine Powder Supplement
Creatine is a major storage form of fuel that drives muscular contractions when you’re lifting heavy weights. But once you use up creatine stores, they have to be regenerated or further contractions can’t take place. It’s easy to understand, then, that if you can hyper-regenerate creatine stores in your muscles, you’ll be able to rest less between sets, get more power out of each set, get more reps from each set and, thus, stimulate more muscle fibers during each set. That leads to more growth!

Platinum Creatine provides your muscles with the world’s highest quality and most clinically researched form of micronized creatine. Creatine is shown to increase lean muscle and improve strength and endurance.

Build More Muscle Size and Strength
Creatine is able to rapidly enhance your muscle cells’ ability to regenerate adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is your primary source of anaerobic energy. The creatine monohydrate in Platinum 100% Creatine is changed into a molecule called phosphocreatine, which serves as a storage reservoir for regenerating ATP.

With higher ATP levels, you’ll be able to train harder and recover faster between each set – allowing you to do more work in less time. With higher volume, you can make more gains and get bigger and stronger!

Increase Cell Volumization
Another anabolic attribute of creatine is the process known as ‘cell volumizing’. Creatine has the property that it draws water inside the muscle cell, effectively increasing its volume. Why is cell volume important? Well, research suggests that increasing cellular hydration and cell volume can combat protein breakdown and stimulate protein synthesis. By saturating your muscles with creatine, you can increase intracellular fluid, resulting in bigger, fuller muscles!

Backed By Science
In one clinical study, subjects using the dose of creatine found in one max serving of Platinum 100% Creatine gained an amazing 6 lbs. of muscle in just 6 weeks.1 And in a separate study, test subjects increased their bench press strength by an impressive 18.6% in just 10 days!2

 

 

Product description
Platinum Creatine provides your muscles with the world’s highest quality and most clinically researched form of micronized creatine. Creatine is shown to increase lean muscle and improve strength and endurance. *In one clinical study, subjects using the dose of creatine found in one max serving of MuscleTech Creatine gained an amazing 6 lbs. of muscle in just 6 weeks.1 And in a separate study, test subjects increased their bench press strength by an impressive 18.6% in just 10 days! Unlike other creatine formulas that provide a small, non-studied dose of creatine HCl, MuscleTech Creatine delivers a full 5 gram dose of HPLC-tested creatine monohydrate actually studied and shown to build muscle and strength. REFERENCE: 1. Peeters et al. 1999. J. Strength and Cond. Res. 13(1):3-9. 2. Selsby et al 2004. J. Strength and Cond. Res. 18(2): 311-315.

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