…but creatine is over-hyped.[/quote]
Yeah, totally. It’s not like it’s scientifically proven to work in countless studies and costs about 12 cents a day.
Shit, I always lift more when my muscles have plenty of creatine for fuel. I must be doing it wrong.[/quote]
Btw, my health teacher argued with me in 10th grade that all creatine is, is a water soulble and that you just piss out and is a waste of money…now, if you take it with carb meal or drink and it gets into youre muscles… i told him if what hes saying is true, youre pissing out youre muscles? me getting kicked out was worth it, though. please clarify.[/quote]
I don’t think a 10th grade health teacher will have up to date or any information on a lot of strength related supplements. I even had a doctor tell me that glutamine will cause my kidneys to fail.
Creatine is one of the few proven strength supplements. Almost everyone that lifts will benefit from taking it. You will never “feel it” or anything like that. You don’t “feel it” when glucose goes into your muscles after eating brown rice, do you? I got caught up in that type of thinking when I was younger and thought creatine was some magic supplement. If you want to “feel” something, I’m sure drinking a spike while running a test/tren cycle will give you that result. [/quote]
LMAO failing kidneys…but you’re right. Im taking carnivore and that has creatine in it…but im only taking it for the shear fact that its beef protein. Do you think adding salt is a good way to put on water weight? even though it seems un healthy as fuck. I saw it in some video posted here. But im asking this because, when i lift, i dont sweat, and when i dont sweat, i get itchy as all hell because my pores are very dry. And my skin starts to rash. So my doctor said to start drinking more water but hes an idiot and idk why i go to him he might as well work at gnc.