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I few days ago I introduced you to Beta Alanine and explored it’s benefits and the reason why you will find it in our soon to launch pre workout, in today’s article we’re going to focus on another important supplement which is also going to be in our pre workout, Creatine.

Beyond being a naturally occurring compound found in the body that helps produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the primary energy source for the muscles. Creatine is synthesized in the liver, pancreas, and kidneys from amino acids, such as arginine, glycine, and methionine. It is stored in the muscles and used during physical activities that require short bursts of energy, such as weightlifting, sprinting, and jumping.

It isn’t only utilised in the sport and fitness sector with the amino acid also being prescribed for people with cancer and other chronic diseases due to the possibility to improve muscle wasting associated with the illnesses and diseases.

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While our bodies naturally produce it we don’t have much of it around as studies have shown that most creatine is stored in our skeletal muscles and can support 8 to 10 seconds of an energy boost, this is why having creatine as an addition to any pre-workout and taking it just before a workout just makes sense.

Our Skeletal system holds the most but it can also be found in small quantities in our brains and recent studies have shown compelling evidence that it can also play a therapeutic role in repairing brain damage. While also boosting cognitive processing helping you think, react and perform at a higher capacity mentally.

The four main benefits of utilising Creatine as an additive to a pre-workout are:

  1. Improves muscle strength and mass: Creatine supplements can help improve muscle strength and mass, especially when used in combination with resistance training. This can be beneficial for athletes and older adults who want to maintain their muscle mass and strength.
  2. Improves brain function: Creatine supplements can also improve brain function, especially in older adults. Studies have shown that creatine supplementation can help improve memory, attention, and overall cognitive function.
  3. Reduces fatigue: Creatine supplements can also help reduce fatigue during physical activities. This can be beneficial for athletes who need to perform at their best for an extended period.
  4. Potential therapeutic effects: Creatine supplements may have potential therapeutic effects for certain health conditions. For example, studies have shown that creatine supplementation may help improve symptoms in people with Parkinson’s disease and reduce muscle wasting in people with muscular dystrophy.

With such a strong case of benefits it’s a no brainer on why you’ll find it in our pre workout.

As a caring and hands on dad, Simon devotes himself to his family, career and health.

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