It will help with sprinting speed, but it won't help with longevity of your runs. What I mean is; if you take creatine, your 200 time will likely improve, but your 4 mile time probably won't (improve as fast).Originally posted by Heizen
Sorry for the hijacking, but would creatine help with sprinting speed? It seems to follow common sense that it would.
Either you're not drinking enough water, or your regular diet consists of a ton of red meat (which supplies you with creatine naturally). The cramps make it sound like you're not drinking enough water though. You should be pissing clear every 30 minutes or so until you get used to this stuff.I've been taking creatine for a week now, and i haven't had any gains. I'm beginning to think i'm part of the % in which this supplement has zero improvement results.
I've noticed my muscles tiring much faster....almost like a cramped
BTW i'm a little over six feet and weigh about 190 with 10-11% bf at the present time.
Please tell us how!! I'd really like to know what sort of work out routine you do on your chest and abs, how many reps/sets and how often.You can get to this level, in 6-10 months, from scratch. But if you want 100%, you must give 100%. There's no other way around. Take care brothers!
Well then. I guess I don't need creatine... Red meat coated in salt is awsome. I love the stuff...or your regular diet consists of a ton of red meat (which supplies you with creatine naturally)