Amrit bhatia's picture
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Sep 01, 2015

Creatine while leaning?

Guys i am 6 feet tall and 97 kg weight ( After a weight loss of 36 kg in last one year), Now my question is that can i take Creatine or C4 as my pre workout to add on some strength? My target weight is 85-90,So please sugest
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vishantkumar2012@gmail.com's picture
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Sep 02, 2015
Firstly creatine is not a pre workout. You can take it any time, but there are many research show before and after workout is good compare to morning and before bed. My personal experience is good with 20 days in morning and 20 days ( 30 min) before workout with glucoses because it is best source of carbs and easily absorbed or digest. Creatine increase the water level in body which give massive pump during workout. It also provide strength , power and stamina. On the other hand c4 is purely pre workout Supliment which helps yo reduce muscle soreness and provide fast recovery. It also give strength. Both are good for leaning, my suggestion is you should take creatien 40 or 45 days, if no measurable results found then go for pre workout. Be natural be healthy
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Puneet's picture
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Sep 02, 2015

Amrit,

Take c4 as a preworkout and have creatine postworkout with simple sugars.

Thanks!

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Amrit bhatia's picture
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Sep 02, 2015

But many guys in my gym has told me that it will hold water in the body and will make you look bloat, So that is just my only concern as i was still working on my weight and is there are any other option other then monohydrate creatine?

And 1 more thing how much gram should i take to see some effective results?

 

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NISHANT's picture
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Sep 03, 2015

Amrit,

When you are on leaning phase DO Not take creatine monohydrate it holds water level in your muscle cell. Take only create HCL or creatine concrete.

Take C4 before workout with water and add BCAA during your workout ( SIP IT UP DURING YOUR WORKOUT) and Whey after workout with water again

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