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    [QUOTE=Workingstrong;1511550271] Do you have any evidence the creatine transporter does not get saturated, and switch off? Because studies say it does. And I don't mean a study funded or done by someone with financial ties to selling creatine monohydrate.

    Based on what you wrote you know a lot about COP, maybe you take it yourself, however you got a number of things wrong making you look foolish. A "synthetic" compound simply means a compound made in a lab by man especially one in nature. Perhaps you meant artificial which would mean a compound made by man that exists nowhere in nature. CM exists in nature, and is made in labs so it is synthetic. COP is a structural analog of creatine. COP is 60% absorbed by the intestines orally per the patents vs less than 3% absorbed orally for monohydrate per one study. COP is good for body building, athletics, the heart, and cancer also because it gets into cells really well, and gives up the phosphate group to raise the pH of the lower pH environment caused by the lactic acid build up. Oh a thing that gives up a phosphate group is called a - sound it out really slowly now so you learn it "fos fa gen", that is a phosphagen, just like creatine is because it came from creatine.

    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    So you reject any studies that show long term high dose creatine monohydrate supplementation might be harmful.
    Scuze me? You supplied no such study nor did I reject what you posted. Critical thinking, it's a thing.


    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    It is not surprising you have no interest in objective science but rather just want to sell people rubbish that does nothing, even though you don't take it yourself.
    Again, supply your source for bolded. You're using typical techniques of the intellectual dishonest person, every time I easily demonstrate you don't know what you're talking about, you move the goal posts. I'd certainly be interested in a comparative study of CM vs COP, and if COP found to be superior, I'd be more than happy to recommend it and use it myself.

    I have been at this for decades now, and have seen all the "superior" forms of creatine that would be better than CM, and every single one to date, found inferior to CM when actually tested under controlled conditions. You know, that thing you refer to as objective science. Liquid creatine, CEE, buffered, etc, etc, all BS.
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    just want to sell people rubbish that does nothing

    Explain this. Forget the other BS for now.

    It is proven to do something in the majority of people taking it. So where does this claim it does "nothing" come from.
    At the very very least it adds weight.
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    The study that said that long term high dose CM might be hurtful were the ones on formaldehyde etc if you bothered to google the name of study I wrote.

    I think I read one study that said 70% of users don't experience benefit from CM. Yes it adds weight but not in the actual muscle cells, in the extracellular fluid. CM has aggressive marketing though which is why it is so popular.

    I am going to get some data on creatinol o phosphate that isn't on the internet but only in journals in some universities. I will post it here when I do. I expect it to show that c o p can enter cells without the creatine transporter which is why it is so good for body builders because then 100% of people would respond to it.
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    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    The study that said that long term high dose CM might be hurtful were the ones on formaldehyde etc if you bothered to google the name of study I wrote.
    And I responded specifically about it. You're either being intentional obtuse or your reading comp skills kinda suck

    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    I think I read one study that said 70% of users don't experience benefit from CM. Yes it adds weight but not in the actual muscle cells, in the extracellular fluid. CM has aggressive marketing though which is why it is so popular.
    70%, just LOL. Non-responders are approx 30%. Why that is also fairly well understood. Again, your source? No studies find the added weight is from extracellular fluid, but intra cellular, which is an anabolic signal to the cell. Compartment studies with CM have been done. It's so popular because we have decades of studies now showing a wide range of benefits to both athletes and non. CM is well supported by the data and you'd really have to be brain dead not to admit that. Other forms however, again, either lack data or have been shown inferior once actually compared head to head with CM. The non CM forms are popular due to aggressive marketing.

    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    I am going to get some data on creatinol o phosphate that isn't on the internet but only in journals in some universities. I will post it here when I do. I expect it to show that c o p can enter cells without the creatine transporter which is why it is so good for body builders because then 100% of people would respond to it.
    I look forward to reading that data....The H+ buffering effects of the phosphate is beneficial, but again, phosphate sources are cheap that's not news. If the COP has benefits when taken orally superior to that of CM, great, but hard data is simply not there. Hence that objective science you claimed you relied on while I didn't, does not exist at this time.
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    Been 9 days since I've stopped taking creatine. Face and neck bloat went down a lot. My workout progression is to increase the weight and do low reps then next week do 8-10 reps with that same weight. It was my 8-10 rep week and I was able to lift all my reps but I felt weaker. My forearms gave in really early in my workouts. I was technically stronger but I felt weaker without creatine.
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    It's pretty clear water is accumulating not the in the muscles in a lot of users of mono who puff up hardcore when on it for a while.And then lose the puff when they stop as the person below said.

    I look forward to reading that data....The H+ buffering effects of the phosphate is beneficial, but again, phosphate sources are cheap that's not news. If the COP has benefits when taken orally superior to that of CM, great, but hard data is simply not there. Hence that objective science you claimed you relied on while I didn't, does not exist at this time.
    Being an industry insider you have probably already read the data on COP or know of it but deliberately lie, and act ignorant of it.
    There is data in the patents also but you ignore it.
    On your website you sell LEF creatine monohydrate so you have financial ties to monohydrate which means your information is biased.

    What are the cheap phosphate sources?
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    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    It's pretty clear water is accumulating not the in the muscles in a lot of users of mono who puff up hardcore when on it for a while.And then lose the puff when they stop as the person below said.
    Again, you claim objective science then ignore it. The water is intra cellular and the data easy enough to find.

    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    Being an industry insider you have probably already read the data on COP or know of it but deliberately lie, and act ignorant of it.
    There is data in the patents also but you ignore it.
    On your website you sell LEF creatine monohydrate so you have financial ties to monohydrate which means your information is biased.

    What are the cheap phosphate sources?
    Yah, I'm the biased one. LOL

    You said: "I am going to get some data on creatinol o phosphate that isn't on the internet but only in journals in some universities."

    Less talk, more follow up son.
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    Originally Posted by WillBrink View Post
    Again, you claim objective science then ignore it. The water is intra cellular and the data easy enough to find.



    Yah, I'm the biased one. LOL

    You said: "I am going to get some data on creatinol o phosphate that isn't on the internet but only in journals in some universities."

    Less talk, more follow up son.
    Umm some people puff up major, and experience no increase in strength so it is obvious that it is not intracellular water. Now you have resorted to deliberately lying. Yes yes follow up will come.
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    Originally Posted by Workingstrong View Post
    Umm some people puff up major, and experience no increase in strength so it is obvious that it is not intracellular water. Now you have resorted to deliberately lying. Yes yes follow up will come.
    Now you're showing you don't actually care about objective science unless you think it supports your hard on for COP. Now supply studies or STFU.
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    I have some pretty insane results with creatine so i can't say it does not work, and now with Green MAGnitude i have no bloating which is a huge plus.

    I do combine this with some intermittent fasting and i train before i take my 3g of creatine but within 2 weeks my shoulders are a lot larger and my arms bigger.

    I can understand that this cannot work for everyone, also i did read some research about creatine not related to muscle mass and gains and its a pretty amazing and cheap supplement to buy.

    With Green MAGnitude i take half a scoop its around 2.5 3g per day and that is enough for me.
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    Originally Posted by yannickmessaoud View Post
    I have some pretty insane results with creatine so i can't say it does not work, and now with Green MAGnitude i have no bloating which is a huge plus.

    I do combine this with some intermittent fasting and i train before i take my 3g of creatine but within 2 weeks my shoulders are a lot larger and my arms bigger.

    I can understand that this cannot work for everyone, also i did read some research about creatine not related to muscle mass and gains and its a pretty amazing and cheap supplement to buy.

    With Green MAGnitude i take half a scoop its around 2.5 3g per day and that is enough for me.
    Source? It is related to muscle mass.
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    Yes yes follow up will come.
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    I have a question here, While i was on my creatine loading cycle I saw great results. I started my creatine cycle when I was in form 3 months ago. After my creatine cycle I took a break from gym due to job and since then I gained some weight. Now Im trying to cut down that weight. My coach once said creatine will provide me energy to work harder at gym and it will burn the fat hence I will cut the extra fat that I have gained.

    So do you guys suggest I should start taking creatine(5gms/day) apart from my Protien? Im also confused about consuming BCAA now.
    BCAA and creatine seem to have one common goal(PUMP/GAINS).

    I understood with little research that I can replace creatine with pre workouts as creatine also gives instant energy to lift weight. SO I dont need to take pre work out, that enhances the NO in body. Or May be I will go for a product like Cullucor's C4 which contains one gram of creatine and preworkout this can be a plus.

    Now coming to BCAA can I use it to cut my weight, because if im not wrong again like creatine even for BCAA i need to consume huge amount of water and again that shall be helpful for cutting.

    So what do you guys suggest? Creatine + BCAA or Just creatine or Just Bcaa?
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    Originally Posted by SyedZeeshan View Post
    I have a question here, While i was on my creatine loading cycle I saw great results. I started my creatine cycle when I was in form 3 months ago. After my creatine cycle I took a break from gym due to job and since then I gained some weight. Now Im trying to cut down that weight. My coach once said creatine will provide me energy to work harder at gym and it will burn the fat hence I will cut the extra fat that I have gained.

    So do you guys suggest I should start taking creatine(5gms/day) apart from my Protien? Im also confused about consuming BCAA now.
    BCAA and creatine seem to have one common goal(PUMP/GAINS).

    I understood with little research that I can replace creatine with pre workouts as creatine also gives instant energy to lift weight. SO I dont need to take pre work out, that enhances the NO in body. Or May be I will go for a product like Cullucor's C4 which contains one gram of creatine and preworkout this can be a plus.

    Now coming to BCAA can I use it to cut my weight, because if im not wrong again like creatine even for BCAA i need to consume huge amount of water and again that shall be helpful for cutting.

    So what do you guys suggest? Creatine + BCAA or Just creatine or Just Bcaa?
    No need to load, no need to cycle. Doses, timing, etc covered in the OP. Not a BCAA thread...
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