The Definitive Guide to Creatine Monohydrate Supplementation

The Definitive Guide to Creatine Monohydrate Supplementation

If there’s one supplement that has truly passed the test of time, it’s creatine monohydrate.

It has been the subject of hundreds of scientific studies, and the evidence is clear:

  • It helps you gain muscle and strength faster.
  • It improves anaerobic endurance.
  • It enhances muscle recovery.

And moreover, it does it all naturally and safely.

When it comes to improving your body composition and workout performance, creatine monohydrate is basically all pros and no cons.

And in this podcast, we’re going to talk about why.

By the end, you’re going to know what creatine monohydrate is, how it works, how effective it is, how to take it for best results, and more.

Let’s get to it.

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Time Stamps:

2:45 – What is creatine monohydrate?
6:20 – How does creatine monohydrate benefit muscle growth?
8:49 – How does creatine monohydrate benefit strength gain?
10:27 – How does creatine monohydrate benefit power?
12:14 – How does creatine monohydrate benefit muscle recovery?
13:04 – How does creatine monohydrate benefit endurance?
14:24 – How does creatine monohydrate benefit joint pain?
15:41 – How does creatine monohydrate benefit type 2 diabetes?
18:28 – What is creatine ethyl ester and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
19:32 – What is buffered creatine and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
20:50 – What is creatine hydrochloride and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
21:19 – What is creatine magnesium chelate and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
21:57 – What is creatine malate chelate and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
22:29 – What is creatine nitrate and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
23:10 – What is micronized creatine and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
24:17 – What is creatine pyruvate and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
24:52 – What is creatine citrate and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
25:13 – What is liquid creatine and is it better than creatine monohydrate?
26:42 – How do you take creatine monohydrate?
28:37 – Does caffeine interfere with the effects of creatine monohydrate?
30:02 – Do you need to take creatine monohydrate every day?
30:59 – Do you need to cycle creatine monohydrate?
31:44 – Does creatine monohydrate cause bloating?
32:43 – Is creatine monohydrate bad for your kidneys?
34:28 – Should women take creatine monohydrate?
35:13 – Should you take creatine monohydrate when you want to lose weight?
35:39 – Does creatine monohydrate cause baldness?
39:36 – Does everyone benefit equally from creatine monohydrate?

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