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2006/07/17 23:53:42 (permalink)
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Creapure creatine

hi guys you have helped me out before, when i got some holland and barrett ****e, protien whey, well i have takent the plunge after yrs of looking and weighing up wether to buy it or not, some createne,. i have bought creapure which the guys shop i bought it off said to me it is the best one i need for what im trying to achieve, he is a pro bodybuilder, but not in the massive massive ronni colman catagory, he said that with this and my 3-4x a week training programme that i will put on muscle and size and drop body fat in 2 weeks, i know with proper healthy eating i will achieve this, but have i got a good product, its cost me £20. i also invested in a steamer today for my and my fiancees veg and stuff. will the creapure do what it says it is supposed to do, will i notice changes to my body?

this is what i look like now this was taken a few weeks ago. i weigh 10.6-7

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    big_mal
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 00:02:04 (permalink)
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    nice tattoos.

    the creatine might make a difference, or it might not. it's not going to be dramatic.

    you need to concentrate on the diet and training, rather than supplements, IMO.

    putting on muscle size and dropping body fat inside 2 weeks sounds ambitious, particularly if you are pinning your hopes on creatine to do it for you.
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 00:13:57 (permalink)
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    glad u like the tattoos, i hope i see results not in 2 weeks but give it a month, can u give me a basic days food i could eat, say 5 meals a day pluss my loading up on the creatine cheers.
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 00:21:13 (permalink)
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    look at this:

    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-mass-gaining.asp

    but even a month is not long. you should see some difference if you are just starting, but you won't suddenly turn into arnie.

    and i worry about the way you are talking about the creatine - "5 meals a day pluss my loading up on the creatine" and "i have takent the plunge after yrs of looking and weighing up wether to buy it". It really is not going to make a huge difference. some people get nothing at all from the stuff.
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 00:30:53 (permalink)
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    what is the worst and best it can do to me? please let me know
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 00:36:10 (permalink)
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    worst is absolutely nothing. that's what it does for me. it's not going to hurt you, though, the worst is that you could have wasted £20.

    some people get positive results - strength gains and apparently some muscle increase. some people think it's "real", some say it's just water being "pumped" into your muscles. Either way we're only talking about a few pounds. So you aren't going to start taking creatine and need to go out and buy a new wardrobe in a month.
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 00:58:20 (permalink)
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    lol thats good, also i was wondering will it bloat me at all as i am worried bout that
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 09:57:35 (permalink)
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    I would have opted for CEE (creatine ethyl ester) over creatine mono as CEE is better absorbed. Still you got it now. I would say creatine mono will take about 1 week to start having an effect. I find creatine allows maybe 1 extra rep or maybe an extra kilo on the bar. It helps with recovery between sets and post workout recovery too.

    Dont expect to see anything in 2weeks. Nothing is gonna give results in that short space of time. Seeing as a good muscle gain is around 1-2Ib a month you'll be hard pushed to see any changes in 2 weeks. Also trying to add muscle and lose fat at the same time requires real precision with diet, training and cardio. Also trying to do both at the same time will yield slow results in both.

    I'd look at your diet and training as no supplement will ever replace these.

    Dont get me wrong creatine is an excellent supplement and has its place, but it aint no magic pill.

    IMO you got taken in by the guy at the shop, sorry

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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 11:57:30 (permalink)
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    yeah your right about getting sucked in by the guy in the shop, he said it is a good starter though, so i will see how i go with it, im a little worried about bloating i hope i dont as it will put me off using it furthur.
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 12:01:03 (permalink)
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    creatine mono will draw in water as thats the way it works, though this should be intra-muscular, ie muscles will volumise and not things like your stomache
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 13:23:17 (permalink)
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    thanks for that, looking at my pics is there any area that you think would increase noticably with the createne
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    RE: Creapure creatine 2006/07/18 23:30:04 (permalink)
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    no. as i say you are hardly going to notice any difference mate!
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