Hey I just aught some creatine monohydrate, how exactly do you load and what are the benefits of loading?
Thread: Creatine Load
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Quit being so lazy and stop asking random people because chances are they'll be as lazy as you (look at that, not 1 source mentioned in all responses). Go to bb.com's main page and read the articles on supplements. Or follow a training guide; chances are they'll talk about creatine at some point.
The back of my creatine container on loading: "1 round teaspoon (5g) in the morning, afternoon, dinner, before bed. Drink at least 8 glasses of water throughout the day."
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Supplement a good diet: don't diet on supplements.
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There is no need to load. The only benefit is faster saturation, but the negs out way that. Stick to 3-5g a day for a month and your golden. Drink your water as well.If you not feeling the burn your not pushing hard enough.
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