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There are a few ways of dosing creatine. Until recently, the system of loadings has been used, which currently is no longer valid. The newest research show that the best supplementation time is around training and only on workout days without the division into cycles. We believe that best results will be achieved when taking 2 doses each day, one in the morning and the second after training or between meals on non-workout days. It is worth adding, that it is best to take creatine on an empty stomach.
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Tri Creatine Malate is the most powerful formula of creatine malate, coupled to a molecule containing a combination of molecules of creatine and malate molecule. Malate (part of the hydroxy carboxylic acid) is a metabolite of glucose stimulates insulin levels and affecting transport and taking creatine metabolism at rest and stress. It is the easiest absorbed, modern form of creatine, several times higher than creatine monohydrate. This allows for the storage of creatine, which can be used during high demand during exercise. Malate participates in the production of phosphate radicals and helps connect them to creatine (phosphocreatine), preventing muscle spasms and relieving muscle aches. It has a much better solubility in water which allows for better absorption of solutes. Preparations available at www.muscle-zone.pl
Dosage: 4-5 capsules / 3 - 4 times a day (before meals, after training)
Creatine (β-methylguanidoacetic acid) is an endogenous substance, synthesized from the acids present in liver and kidney (L-arginine, L-glycine and L-methionine) and consumption of meat. Its action ensures an adenosine triphosphate (ATP) level, which is an energy carrier, increases the hydration of cells and muscle glycogen stores. In the sports supplementation creatine is stored in the muscles, which improves energy management, exercise capacity and quick recovery and muscle growth. It has the ergogenic, anabolic and anti-catabolic potential.
Creatine is one of the high-performance substances used in competitive sports, with a reputation confirmed by scientific research. In the form of mono-preparation supplements such as creatine ester, creatine malate, creatine monohydrate, and the multi-component supplements (both various forms of creatine, as well as other substances, precursors of nitric oxide, the BCAA type amino acids). Supplements containing creatine available for purchase at www.muscle-zone.pl
Dosage: depending on the form of preparation, the type of exercise and weight, normally one of the following models of creatine dosage is used:
- cyclic supplementation: 5 - 10g per day in 1 - 3 portions a day, 2 - 5 g per dose. Cycle time approx. 4 - 12 weeks
- cyclic supplementation with saturated phase: first 5 - 7 days 20 - 30g per day on Day 4 - 6 doses 4 - 6g per serving, then the maintenance phase 2 - 10g per day in divided doses. Cycle time approx. 4 - 8 weeks
- constant supplementation: 0.03 - 0.05 g per kg body weight for an extended period of time.
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