In the course of efforts short peak, lasting only a few seconds, our main energy sources are the high energy phosphate present in the muscles: adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and creatine phosphate. Muscles contain only a limited amount of ATP, just sufficient to support an intensive effort for 2 seconds. The muscle break down then the creatine phosphate to creatine and ATP to maintain the effort. The amount of creatine phosphate present in the human muscles is sufficient to sustain a permanent effort, a moderate level for about 15 seconds.
Creatine is a substance found naturally in the body and is primarily produced in the liver. Omnivores absorb in addition to 1g of creatine per day by eating meat and fish. It has been demonstrated that it was possible to increase muscle creatine by about 20% in individuals not trained in people well-trained thanks to a contribution of chronic extra creatine. By increasing the amount of creatine phosphate found in muscles, they have a much higher energy for increased performance during intensive exercises as possible.
The addition of taurine and glutamine has a positive impact on the process of muscle development.
Who will benefit from Creatine Creapure?
It has been shown that creatine can increase the performance:
- in the repeated sprints or intensive exercise (< 30s) in respect of short breaks (< 1min), during which the system is ATP-CP is active (for example sprints, swimming, basketball, football, tennis, cycling, rugby, etc);
- in combination with the weights to increase the strength and mass muscle. Athletes can perform more reps per set, and recover more quickly between different series.
1 scoop in 200 ml of water or orange juice per day
- Increase in performance during brief, repeated sprints, or maximum effort repeated (for example in the framework of interval training)
- Increase the strength and mass muscle
100% creatine monohydrate ultra pure (Creapure®)