Do You Need To Be Creatine Loading?

Creatine supplementation has been a popular go-to for the serious athlete striving to put on extra muscle and optimize their workouts. But unlike typical supplementation regimens, creatine “loading” is a long-standing, common practice where the individual supplements with four to five times the amount of creatine the body needs with the purpose of rapidly saturating the muscles with the energy-producing compound.

2018-03-16T14:07:55+00:00 June 1st, 2016|Performance, Team Isagenix|

Women: Creatine is For You!

It’s a common myth that creatine is strictly for bodybuilders. In fact, creatine has benefits for every athlete, including women. Because of the beefed-up stereotypes surrounding creatine, women often miss out on benefits of enhanced training and improved recovery. It’s possible that creatine may have extra benefits for women, especially for those who have avoided creatine supplements in the past.

2018-03-16T15:51:39+00:00 October 27th, 2015|Performance, Team Isagenix|

Are you AMPED up for the new Isagenix Performance Line?

The 2015 “Breakthrough” Celebration was the biggest event in Isagenix history. Just one of the many reasons this event was so big was due to product launches like AMPED™ Power. Nutrition Science Writer II Alex Mohr explains the science behind this brand-new, pre-workout formula. Alex says, “Our goal was to provide energy, increase focus, improve blood flow, and accelerate gains in performance, because the time before someone’s workout is crucial.”

2018-03-19T14:18:10+00:00 September 8th, 2015|Athlete Nutrition, Performance|

Creatine Boosts Sports Performance

At the Colgan Institute, we have used creatine very successfully as part of our sports nutrition program for the last 25 years. In a comprehensive review of more than 500 controlled studies in 2010, the International Society of Sports Nutrition, whose members are mostly university sports scientists and university athletics coaches, strongly endorsed use of creatine to improve sports performance (1).

2018-03-19T14:25:33+00:00 August 24th, 2015|Athlete Nutrition, Performance|
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