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Old 06-03-2008, 05:52 PM   #1
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What is the best creatine you guys can recommend for a beginner like me (10 months training). I heard it is great stuff for muscle growth and recovery so what do you guys take? Thanks
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Try doing some more searching/reading. It has been discussed extensively. You'll understand creatine better and it'll answer your questions.

(to answer your question, creatine monohydrate...now go find out why)

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I use plain old creatine monohydrate.
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Old 06-04-2008, 06:32 AM   #4
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NO xplode is amazing! Start slow though because it's quite intense.
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NO xplode is amazing! Start slow though because it's quite intense.
No telling how much creatine is in there. I don't think NO xplode has much creatine in it though.
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Old 06-04-2008, 10:48 AM   #6
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^^ I think you are correct. There's creatine in it but not enough to give you the bloated feeling. In fact, I've lost 3 lbs since I started taking it a couple weeks ago even though i've gone up in my lifting. I think it's more of a pump than anything. Excellent product though.

For creatine i just buy the reg mono pills from walmart its dirt cheap (like 13 bucks for a months worth of 5 grams per day). Also buy my whey there too. EFF GNC!!!
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how is it that 99.99999% of the OTIS' threads are in the supplement section?
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^^ I think you are correct. There's creatine in it but not enough to give you the bloated feeling. In fact, I've lost 3 lbs since I started taking it a couple weeks ago even though i've gone up in my lifting. I think it's more of a pump than anything. Excellent product though.

For creatine i just buy the reg mono pills from walmart its dirt cheap (like 13 bucks for a months worth of 5 grams per day). Also buy my whey there too. EFF GNC!!!
250gr (50 servings @ 5gr) of creatine monohydrate is $9.99 at GNC. NP is much cheaper than that. But both beat walmart. Walmart's protein is fine though.

My point was that there isn't enough creatine in no xplode to be effective.
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Well that's much cheaper considering almost a whole month more serving size. I'll have to check it out next time. Is that a sale price or the standard price?
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Standard...I think that's powder though. But they have had it buy one get one half, so for 500gr it's $16.00 with tax here in NC.
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