Everything You Need To Know About Creatine Loading

Everything You Need To Know About Creatine Loading

Creatine loading is a popular way to take the sports supplement creatine monohydrate. Supplement company’s and sports scientists seem to agree that this is the best way to quickly fill your muscles with creatine. Once your muscles are full, you will be able to begin reaping the benefits creatine monohydrate can offer. Based on the[…]

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Which Is Better Creatine Ethyl Ester Or Creatine Monohydrate?

Creatine Ethyl Ester (CEE) supplements are marketed by their manufacturer’s as being superior to creatine monohydrate. Until recently, there has been little if any scientific proof to prove whether CEE supplements are better than creatine monohydrate powder so all we as consumers had to go on was a supplement companies claims. Fortunately there is finally[…]

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Burn Off Your Belly Fat With Interval Workouts

Can you pinch more than an inch around your stomach? Put on a little too much winter weight this year? If so, don’t worry, there’s some really cool research that finds a great way to take off extra belly fat. In this study, 21 obese women with metabolic syndrome, often a precursor to type 2[…]

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Exercise How-To: Swiss Ball Knee Tuck Ins

If you’re tired of doing crunches, sit-ups, and leg raises to strengthen your abs we have a great exercise for you. It’s called Swiss Ball Knee Tuck Ins and while it may be tough we guarantee it will help strengthen and flatten your abs better than crunches and sit ups. Swiss Ball Knee Ins requires[…]

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How Interval Training Benefits Weight Loss

Interval training is a type of workout where you do an all out burst of exercise, usually for less than a minute, rest, and then repeat. These workouts, long used by athletes to get into shape for various sports are also beneficial for weight loss. This post details how these workouts can help you lose[…]

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Powdered Or Liquid Creatine Supplements. Which is better?

Manufacturers of liquid creatine supplements tout their product to be superior to powdered creatine monohydrate. They claim your muscles are able to store more creatine when it is taken in liquid form, enabling you to become even bigger, faster, and stronger than if you use powdered creatine monohydrate. Unfortunately, research finds these claims to not[…]

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