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Creatine Supplements for Workout

Creatine is a type of supplement that significantly improves the effects of strength training. Its action mainly results in a faster building of the sculpture, but also has a positive effect on the quality of exercises - it gives the possibility of longer training without feeling tired and increases efficiency. Another advantage of creatine is that it increases strength and improves the body's ability to regenerate.

The Role of Creatine in Strength Training

Creatine works by increasing the reserves of phosphocreatine in the muscle tissue, which improves the ability to make intense movements. The point is that when supplementing with creatine, it is much easier to do strength or exercise training. This product also affects the synthesis of proteins and faster muscle development. That said, let’s have a look at the creatine supplements available in our online store.

Creatine Monohydrate and Other Types

At Perfect Body Shape, we have several types of creatine, these are monohydrate, ethyl ester, malate, stacks, phosphate and Kre-Alkalyn.

Creatine malate is very well absorbed, it works similar to the previous type, although some believe that it provides better relief. Creatine stacks, on the other hand, are a kind of a mixture because they contain several types of creatine.

How to Use Supplements Containing Creatine?

There are many recommendations regarding the use of creatine. The most important thing is systematic supplementation, which lasts at least a few weeks. The size of the doses taken should be adapted to the needs of the exerciser - to his height, weight, gender, physical activity or health. The supplementation technique is also debatable - some prefer to be divided into cycles and gradually increase the doses, others prefer to systematically take one dose. Much depends on the individual case. 

What is certain is that the use of creatine is recommended both on training and rest days and that it should be taken after training (although this issue was also discussed some time ago). In order to improve the bioavailability of creatine, it is worth drinking plenty of water and combining it with leucine or carbohydrates.

Check the offer of supplements with various types of creatine available in our store.