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    creatine questions

    the other day i went to my friends house to spar with him and i found lots of creatine supplements. i wonder do they really work to increase size and strength. and if so should i be taking them. thank you
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    This link has some information.
    http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/creatine.html

    Benefits that I've noticed while taking it are that my muscles are bigger and I feel stronger. I gain about 10 lbs in water weight while taking the stuff. When I go off creatine I find that I have to pee a lot and my muscles go back to normal. I've gained a good 30lbs in permanent muscle mass over the years while taking creatine.

    Don't take creatine if you have to cut weight. There have been a few news stories of wrestlers on creatine dying after trying to cut weight.
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    so will you lose the muscle you gain if you stop???
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    No.

    It says I can't just say "No", so I will continue with "No, read the articles"

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    hmm so which brand creatine should i take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by truepwrz
    so will you lose the muscle you gain if you stop???
    No. all the weight you immediately loose after stopping the use of creatine is water. I gain 10lbs within the first two weeks of using creatine. When I stop using it, I loose 10 lbs. If you take it then stop, expect to loose the same amount of weight you gained in the first two weeks.
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    I believe the OP is about 16, too young for supplements and crap. Just stick to eating meat, there's plenty of creatine in that.
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    I don't think 16 is too young for the most basic supplements, stuff like whey protein, creatine, and glutamine, although at the same time I think he needs to spend more time researching and actually having a good routine rather than just sticking a bunch of stuff in his body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas
    I don't think 16 is too young for the most basic supplements, stuff like whey protein, creatine, and glutamine, although at the same time I think he needs to spend more time researching and actually having a good routine rather than just sticking a bunch of stuff in his body.
    good routine as in workout??? by the way you saying as if(sticking a buncha stuff in his body..) i am a drug addict :5zombie:
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    Yes, good routine as in workout. And I chose my words specifically for that purpose. There's a lot of high school kids that are essentially strung out supplement junkies, always going to GNC for the latest fix of "good ****"
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