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If you’re training hard daily, proper nutrition and supplementation are essential to prevent your hard work from going down the drain. Supplementing with creatine monohydrate can replenish your creatine stores, fueling your muscles during high-intensity exercise for a boost in endurance and growth. ON Pre-Load Creatine Complex doubles the standard dose of creatine per serving AND combines it with an advanced amino acid matrix for an unbeatable muscle growth and recovery blend.
With 10 grams creatine, fast-acting carbohydrates, and a premium amino acid matrix, Pre-Load Creatine Complex delivers benefits well beyond those of standard creatine products. Each concentrated dose of pure creatine monohydrate accelerates muscular fuel production during exercise beyond the body’s typical potential, maximizing endurance and intensifying muscle growth.
Pre-Load Creatine Complex builds of the foundation of fast-acting creatine to include easy-digesting carbohydrates, nutritive electrolytes transporters, and key volumizing amino acids to accelerate delivery and elevate results. Key BCAAs activate protein synthesis to optimize muscle growth while glutamine enhances recovery and carbohydrate storage.
Pre-Load Creatine Complex is instantized for easy mixing, allowing you to get much more out of every serving.
* RESULTS MAY VARY
ON Pre-Load Creatine Complex is designed for your loading phase, doubling the standard amount of creatine per serving and including fast-acting carbohydrates along with an amino acid matrix for advanced muscle recovery.
On training days, consume 1-2 scoops with8-12 oz cold water 30-60 minutes before exercise. On non-training days, consume 1-2 scoops with 8-12 oz cold water in between morning and afternoon meals.
Keep out of reach of children. Speak with a physician before use if you are pregnant, nursing, or under the age of 18.
Creatine Monohydrate – Creatine is involved in making the energy muscles need to work. Saturating muscles with creatine monohydrate, the most bioavailable form of creatine, increases muscular capacity to work, leading to greater endurance and muscle growth.
Glutamine – Glutamine is an amino acid that is rapidly depleted during exercise, leading to slow recovery and poor immunity. Supplementing with glutamine enhances immunity and increases post-exercise carbohydrate uptake, helping you recover faster.
Taurine – Taurine is a natural amino acid involved in anxiety control and stress management. It helps lower cortisol levels, reduces reaction time, and improves athletic performance.
Leucine – Leucine is one of three essential BCAAs. Leucine stands out among all other protein and AA sources as the most powerful anabolic metabolite available, maximizing muscular growth and output.
Valine – Valine, another BCAA, helps prevent the breakdown of muscle by supplying muscle with extra glucose for energy production during intense physical exercise.
Q. Why is a Loading Phase Important for Creatine?
A. The loading phase allows for the concentration of creatine in the body to rise quickly to optimal levels, quickly reducing the burn during your workout and allowing you to perform more reps per exercise.
Q. What are the Benefits of Creatine?
A. Creatine provides an immediate supply of energy for muscles to perform work, fueling strength and endurance. Loading with creatine prevents fatigue, allowing you to lift more, heavier reps. As a result, creatine has been found to intensify athletic performance, endurance, recovery, and muscle growth.
Q. Is Supplementing with Creatine Safe?
A. Yes. Creatine is already made natural within your body. Supplementing with creatine simply augments the levels of creatine already present in your muscles and has not been found to cause negative side effects.
Q. When is the Best Time to Use Pre-Load Creatine Complex?
A. For best results, consume Pre-Load Creatine Complex before your workout, after your workout, or first thing in the morning.