Creatine Monohydrate is a metabolite that functions as a precursor to creatine phosphate (it provides a binding site for free phosphate). Once converted to creatine phosphate it provides a 'high energy' phosphate molecule for ATP production. ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) is the chemical in our bodies that fuels all muscular contractions. This chain of events is known as the Krebs Cycle. Creatine’s role, coupled with strength training, influences muscular contraction, cell hydration, strength, and ultimately, long term muscular growth.
Creatine is quickly becoming one of the most widely studied ergogenic aids in sports nutrition, leading to a better understanding of what mechanism, or mechanisms, it acts upon.
Scientists now know that supplementing with creatine
AST isnt the best Haven't seen much of a strength increasing from AST.. Although I have put on a few pounds of water. That's nice.:) Wouldn't recommend. Reviewer: Abel from | Date: 11/15/2012 7:19:25 PM