Core Creatine is an advanced premium micronized triple phase creatine blend consisting of creatine monohydrate, creatine gluconate and creatine ethyl ester.
It is specifically designed to assist those interested in maximising muscle mass, strength and increasing physical performance. The triple phase creatine formulation creates an optimal synergistic blend which has been scientifically proven to increase physical performance in successive bursts of short term high level activity. The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 3g of creatine.
During intense physical activity, the body is unable to re-synthesise ATP rapidly enough. ATP is the body’s immediate energy source which creatine helps to re-synthesise. As a result it provides more high intensity energy and optimal performance. By utilising the triple phase creatine formulation, the additional benefits are rapid creatine absorption, reduced water retention and improved solubility.
Core Creatine muscle gain is therefore the perfect creatine blend for those wanting to increase performance, strength and muscle mass.
Core Creatine is manufactured in the UK in accordance with the GMV code of practice and ISO 2000:9001 quality assurance procedures. This, combined with our confidence in the market leading formulation means we are able to offer a full 30 day money back guarantee should you not be 100% satisfied with this product.
Serving size: 5g (Maintenance)
Servings per container: 100
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|Creatine Ethyl Ester HCL
Creatine Monohydrate, Creatine Ethyl Ester, Creatine Gluconate
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Glossary of Ingredients
Coresport utilises micronized creatine monohydrate which is one of the purest available on the market. Creatine monohydrate is one of the most commonly useful supplements in the world and research has proven that creatine increases physical performance in successive bursts of short term high intensity exercise. This has obvious benefits from anyone participating in exercise, from bodybuilders and power lifters through to football players and rugby players, who are continually performing short bursts of intensive exercise. Creatine monohydrate increases the production of ATP which can lead to improvements in power, strength and endurance.
Creatine increases the production of high intensity, short term energy output. This is ideal for sprinters and weightlifters, or anybody involved in sport or events where explosive movements are required. It also benefits football players, rugby players and any person involved in endurance events where an explosive movement may be required at some point such as a burst of speed. Creatine enables the user to perform under greater resistance and to a greater intensity. In the gym this could mean lifting heavy weights, using higher amounts of repetitions, or performing more sets. To adapt to this greater workload the muscle will need to grow bigger and stronger. To this extent it is important to be aware that the creatine supplements do not directly increase muscle size, they simply allow you to train harder, faster and longer. Your muscles are therefore forced to adapt to this by increasing in size. When training intensely it is inevitable that your will suffer some form of muscle tissue breakdown. In males creatine has been shown to be anti-catabolic in that it reduces this muscle tissue breakdown by slowing the oxidisation of leucine.
Creatine also improves recovery times in the user. High amounts of muscle creatine enable the re-synthesis of creatine phosphate from creatine and phosphate, which ultimately results in faster recovery so not only can supplementing with creatine allow you to train harder, faster and longer but it can also lay you to train more frequently. Whether that be a higher output during exercise or simply a greater number of training sessions.
There are a lot of misconceptions floating around regarding the use of creatine as a dietary supplement. We are commonly asked “is creatine bad for me” and “what are the side effects of creatine”. The simply answer to the above is that creatine is not a most heavily researched nutritional supplement ever. Even with long periods of continued use, and extremely high dosages, creatine has not been shown to cause any adverse effects whatsoever. Combine this with the fact that many of us ingest high levels of creatine through our diet anyway, there is no reason to doubt its safety.
Creatine is produced naturally in the body by the liver, pancreas and kidneys. It is also found in food such as red meat, pork, tuna, salmon and herring. Creatine monohydrate is generally the standard to which all other creatine formulations are compared.
Creatine gluconate is essentially creatine bonded with glucose which enhances the uptake of the creatine and delivers it to muscles at rapid speed. Creatine gluconate is been included with more and more creatine formulas like Core Complete, for this very reason. Creatine gluconate does not occur naturally and has been synthetically engineered as a sports nutritional supplement primarily for athletes and bodybuilders who wish to enhance their performance.
Creatine Ethyl Ester
The aim with creatine ethyl ester is to maximise creatine absorption. Anecdotally, many that are “non-responders” to creatine monohydrate reports excellent results of creatine ethyl ester and with the added benefit of reduced water retention. Creatine ethyl ester is effectively creatine monohydrate but with an ester attached. This esterification occurs when carboxylic and alcohol reacts. Some research claims that the attachment of this ester makes creatine ethyl ester up to 40 times more potent than regular creatine.
Creatine ethyl ester is found naturally in the body but can also be found in red meat, pork, salmon, tuna and herring. As mentioned above, creatine ethyl ester is only produced when creatine monohydrate molecules are esterified. Creatine ethyl ester can also be referred to as creatine ethyl ester HCL, creatine ethyl ester hydrochloride or CEE.
Loading Phase: Take 5g (approximately one level 5ml measure*) and mix with 350ml of water, fruit juice or meal replacement 4 times a day at regular intervals for 5 days.
Maintenance: Take 5g (approximately one level 5ml measure*) and mix with 350ml of water, fruit juice or meal replacement. Consume one serving daily. *The scoop included with the product measures by volume not by weight, for precise measurements please use measuring scales. This product is sold by weight not by number of servings. A measuring scoop is included within this product which may settle to the bottom during transit.
Warning: Not to be used by pregnant or lactating mothers. This product is a food supplement and should be used in conjunction with food as part of a healthy balanced diet, not as a substitute for such. Use as part of a healthy and active lifestyle. This product is not intended for use by persons under the age of 16. Keep out of reach of young children. Do not exceed the stated daily dose.
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