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Use Creatine to Improve Strength Level in Athletes

Source: Goodman Fielder
Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Creatine is the most studied and researched sports supplement so far and is recognised as a product that delivers in improving strength levels in athletes. Sports athletes who use creatine products include bodybuilders, weight-lifters, strength-based sports, contact sports and fitness enthusiasts.

Creatine basically is a fuel source for ATP- this is an energy system used for short bursts of power.

One of the benefits of using creatine is improvement in high intensity exercise such as weight training, sprinting, agility drills etc.

Creatine may also contribute to muscle growth. It is known that creatine is the world's most effective supplement in growing mass. Taking creatine may increase muscle mass within five to seven days from taking the supplement.

Mana creatine is a form of creatine monohydrate sourced from creapure, which is widely known as the purest and finest quality of creatine on the market today. Not only does Mana creatine boast affordability, but it also contains high quality creatine.

The 250g Mana creatine is retailed at $30 VIP and is available at MH outlets, Shop N Save outlets, New World IGA and nearby pharmacies. Mana creatine- an affordable, quality sports supplement now available for sports enthusiasts around the country and the Pacific!








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