Creatine Monohydrate Explode
The role of creatine in the body is connected with the processes of muscle contraction. The main source of energy for it appears to be the adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which breaks down to adenosine diphosphate (ADP). The muscle ATP content is constantly reduced and provides energy for about 1-2 seconds. By serious muscle endurance is needed it should re-synthesize faster. The conversion of ADP to ATP under anaerobic conditions is performed with the help of creatine phosphate (CP).
At that the bond between creatine and residual phosphate is hydrolyzed and thus creatine transfers the phosphatase groups from CP to ADP. The researches have shown that the oral intake of creatine monohydrate is the most appropriate for this aim.
Creatine is a natural component of food of animal origin, as in one kilogram of calf steaks it is about 4-5 g. The horse meat has been found to contacts2.htmin the highest concentration of creatine. However not every active person can take daily, and at that in specific times during the day, such quantities of meat as to satisfy his daily needs of about 5 g of creatine. This is mostly referring to athletes, engaged in high speed-strength trainings, and this quantity of creatine has to be taken before or after exercise, depending on the type of sport and training phase. All this leads to many problems. That's why athletes take creatine as a dietary supplement.
The daily intake of creatine is 5 g, the so-called re-charging phase can also be used - during the first 5-6 days - 20 g daily (4 servings of 5 g), and after that it is continued with 3-5 g daily. The result of this intake – increased endurance by strength trainings of about 10% for several weeks - has been observed repeatedly by athletes, engaged in different types of activity. An increase (hypertrophy) of the body muscle mass, through water holded in the muscles is observed by bodybuilders. This effect is even stronger when creatine monohydrate is combined with monosaccharides like glucose for example. The optimum intake after training is considered to be: 5 g of creatine monohydrate together with 45-50 g of whey protein and 40-50 g of glucose. If the body weight is above 90 kg, the daily intake can be increased to 6-8 g.
The advantage of the Creatine Monohydrate Explode in comparison with other similar products on the market is that it is ultra pure and does not impurities like creatinine, dicyandiamide and dihydrotriazine.
You can find the product in the nearest fitness-gym or drug-store.