Wondering whether creatine is right for you? You might consider reviewing its ever-lengthening list of benefits. It’s not just for building muscle and strength anymore. Creatine first grew in popularity among power and strength athletes, and for good reason.
With the recent launch of AMPED™ Nitro, the most frequent questions are, 1) how it compares to AMPED Power and, 2) whether you should choose it over AMPED Power. As it turns out, the two preworkout products do have differences, and the right choice for you can depend on your needs.
AMPED™ Nitro is a multifunctional pre-workout supplement formulated to maximize focus, training adaptations, and recovery.† AMPED Nitro contains a combination of ingredients including creatine monohydrate, Nitrosigine®, beta-alanine, L-citrulline, betaine, taurine, and naturally occurring caffeine from tea leaves.
Creatine is often overlooked by endurance athletes. But combining the supplement with carbohydrates might just be the winning combination for late-stage breakaway moments during competition.
On this call, kinesiologist Dr. Katie Carpenter breaks down many of the misconceptions that deter women from the use of sports products, including confusion about bloating and gaining too much muscle.
The use of creatine as a nutritional supplement is safe, effective, and ethical, according to the recent position published by the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN).
Athletes know that the time before a workout is perfect for priming the body with nutrients to help increase training intensity. It’s why AMPED Power is part of the Isagenix Performance Solution. This pre-workout product is especially developed with three performance-focused nutrients for athletes and active adults seeking gains in strength and power.
When it comes to the type of scientific studies that are published, not all are created equal. At Isagenix, we know a good study when we see it. And a great study just came out on creatine.
An increasing number of athletes are choosing plant-based nutrition to fuel their bodies. Their reasons can range from health concerns to taste preference. A few athletes even choose a vegetarian diet for performance, considering it a “cleaner” way to fuel their workouts.
Athletes have used creatine as an extra competitive edge for over two decades. But new research suggests creatine’s benefits reach far beyond athletic performance. Currently, this vital substrate for cellular energy is being investigated for its beneficial effects on the brain, aging, and even bones (1).