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Old 08-19-2008, 10:55 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Just a quick question, why would you go with creatine post workout? My understanding is that it allows you to continue to work harder and should generally be taken pre- workout. I'm interested to know the benefits of a post workout creatine.
Creatine also helps with Recovery and packing on Mass.

Taking is post workout with carbs enhance the absorption and there for effectiveness of it.

It can be taken either or, or both.

I found Creatine to work better when taken post workout. I don't take creatine anymore but when I did I found it better taken post workout.


Not to mention that a lot of pre workout supplements already have Creatine in them anyway.


I also forgot to mention that if you do plan on getting No Shogtun, get the new version No Shotgun v3. The old version tastes terrible. Honestly one of the worst things I've tasted in my entire life.

If your looking to pack on Mass I'd go with Ragnarok or No Shotgun

If you're looking to do more of an MMA/endurance type workout, I'd go with White Flood
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Old 08-19-2008, 11:05 AM   #12 (permalink)
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i suggest for pre-workout use 'Super Pump 250' - this thing works for sure and/or MM USA- liquid creatine drops, there is different kinds i personally use Joint Serum - all of them got the same creatine base just different additives.

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Liquid creatine products are supposed to be better for being absorbed into your body and better at not causing you to get bloated. Many people swear by them, but many people believe that creatine can not be stable in liquid form. If this is true, then liquid creatine products may be nothing more than sugar water. The jury is still out though!

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Because liquid creatine bypasses the digestion phase, it is absorbed by the body more efficiently. You will not have to worry about your food intake and managing your diet to reap the benefits of creatine.

Powdered creatine takes 45 minutes to one hour to digest and is known to bind with food, hindering its absorption. This is why many athletes who are users of powdered creatine do not eat few hours before workout. Not consuming food before workout can cause many problems, including a lower energy level. With liquid creatine, worrying about food intake is a thing of the past.
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i suggest for pre-workout use 'Super Pump 250' - this thing works for sure and/or MM USA- liquid creatine drops, there is different kinds i personally use Joint Serum - all of them got the same creatine base just different additives.
I didn't like Superpump or as I like to call it. Superdump because I was always running to the shitter.

But hey everyone is different.

Although I don't think Creatine Serum is very good. I'd go with Green Mag. Controlled Labs makes great products and Green Mag has been getting great reviews. I tried it and I got pretty much no bloating in the gut area

Also if you're worried about Bloating with Creatine, avoid Creatine Monohydrate.
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