Creatine and bodybuilding
Hello doctinautes 😀
My name is Antoine and I have been working out for a year. At the beginning I did not take food supplements and even by eating correctly I did not have much results
On the advice of experienced athletes (2 national champions of bench press, squat and deadlift, anyway!) I started to take creatine one month ago (revogenix creadvance). Result I gained in strength and volume. Super happy so but I was wondering if I should also take “steel mass pro” or an equivalent product? If so, what more will it bring me?
Finally in terms of training I go to the gym 4 times a week. Is this a good frequency? Should I take breaks from time to time?
Me, creatine creates anxiety for me and I am more anxious. My dose 5g / d
Ben takes the Creadvance so it is nickel, there are only good effects.
No answer for the steel mass pro?
If you want to develop quickly you have to take both because Creadvance is mainly for strength / power in bodybuilding, basically it allows you to train heavier and longer. The Steel Mass Pro will make you gain weight and muscle directly. The two associated ca accelerate the process of muscle development.
If you want to develop quickly you have to take both because
Creadvance is mainly for strength / power in bodybuilding, basically it allows you to train heavier and longer. The Steel Mass Pro will make you gain weight and muscle directly. The two associated ca accelerate the process of muscle development.
Hot what we expect anyway …
Caffeine improves performance, is it a dopant? No.
It has been, and the dosages are still monitored, even if it is no longer classified …
On the other hand, in high doses, it dehydrates and can cause involuntary muscle contractions, which is not really good for a sportsman.
I do not react to caffeine myself
In any case, the coffee does nothing to me …
I prefer green tea
For info on caffeine:
http://blog.doctissimo.fr/shur […] 85444.html
Green tea makes me urinate but that’s it.
Yes, tea makes you urinate. Exit toxins.
Without mocking, in addition to water which naturally has a draining effect,
tea has a real stimulating effect on the function of the kidneys, great purifiers of the body, and also on that of the liver which participates in the elimination of unwanted substances consumed or produced elsewhere.
It depends on the caffeine dosage!
It’s normal that tea makes you urinate, right? It’s infused water and water and well it comes out as it goes … Besides, a tea can be richer in caffeine than a coffee. Prefer herbal tea before going to bed! But it also makes you urinate … pfff