Creatine Elite X - Formulator's Cut
$ 28.99 USD
- Highly Bioavailable Creatine Monohydrate Synthesized to pH 12
- Does Not Convert To Creatinine In Liquids
- Dramatically increases endurance and stamina in endurance athletes after 8 weeks
- No Bloating Or Cramps
- 30 Servings Per Container
- Unflavored - Add To Your Favorite EndurElite Product Or Beverage
- Read More About Kre-Alkalyn Here
Creatine is not just for weightlifters and bodybuilders. It’s good for all types of athletes. In fact, a very strong argument can be made that everyone should be taking creatine for its wide array of health benefits in addition to performance enhancement. Creatine’s function is to form creatine-phosphate, which can then be used to quickly replenish ATP within muscle, and other, cells. By replenishing ATP, muscles are able to push harder and longer. Creatine also helps many other areas, including:
- Increases Muscle Hydration
- Accelerates Glycogen Resynthesis
- Protects the Brain from Acute Trauma
- Reduces Muscle Damage
- Builds Stronger Bones
Most importantly, creatine improves fatigue resistance, muscular endurance, maximal oxygen consumption, and anaerobic power output, contrary to popular belief. This is why the high-level endurance athletes are all using creatine while remaining strategically quiet about it – they’re gaining a competitive edge! Now you can too, with Creatine Elite X!
Kre-Alkalyn (1.5g) - Kre-Alkalyn is a recently developed form of creatine, also known as 'buffered creatine', that's been shown to enhance creatine uptake in muscles.
What's the best way to take Creatine Elite X?
For best results take mix 1 scoop (1.5 grams) of Creatine Elite X in RecoverElite or your beverage of choice immediately post-workout.
I thought Creatine was bad for endurance because it causes weight gain?
Creatine does retain water within the muscle cell. This is not necessarily a problem for 2 reasons. First, better hydration has known benefits for endurance athletes, and more fluid at the beginning of an event widens the margin for error for hydration during a race. In other words, we know all-too-well that rehydrating during races is a pain! Creatine can reduce the total volume of fluid that needs to be ingested. Second, water weight can be mitigated by using smaller doses of creatine of 2.5-3 grams.
Why isn’t Creatine a featured ingredient in PerformElite? Shouldn’t creatine be taken pre workout?
PerformElite does not contain any creatine chiefly because research shows better results when creatine is supplemented post workout. Secondary to that reason, EndurElite firmly believes in efficacious dosing. Creatine can be efficacious at a wide range of doses, each with varying degrees of “costs” and benefits. We believe that decision is best made by the athlete, which is also why you won’t find Creatine in RecoverElite.
- For a list of all studies on Kre-Alkalyn click here
- Casey A, Greenhaff P. Does dietary creatine supplementation play a role in skeletal muscle metabolism and performance? Am J Clin Nutr. 2000;72:607S–617S
- Volek J, Duncan N, Mazzetti S, Staron R, Putukian M, Gómez A, Pearson D, Fink W, Kraemer W. Performance and muscle fiber adaptations to creatine supplementation and heavy resistance training. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1999;31:1147–1156. doi: 10.1097/00005768-199908000-00011.
- Cooper, Robert et al. “Creatine supplementation with specific view to exercise/sports performance: an update” Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 9,1 33. 20 Jul. 2012, doi:10.1186/1550-2783-9-33
- Rawson ES, Volek JS. Effects of creatine supplementation and resistance training on muscle strength and weightlifting performance. J Strength Cond Res. 2003;17(4):822-31.
- Nunes JP, Ribeiro AS, Schoenfeld BJ, et al. Creatine supplementation elicits greater muscle hypertrophy in upper than lower limbs and trunk in resistance-trained men. Nutr Health. 2017;23(4):223-229.
- Afgerinos A., Vodenicharova, K., Shishmanova D., Goranov D., Stroychev K., Clinical Trial Comparison of Kre-Alkalyn -vs- Creatine Monohydrate. Dr. I.S. Greenberg Medical Center, Sofia, Bulgaria (2006)
- Golini J., A CONTROLLED ENDURANCE STUDY WITH KRE-ALKALYN-VS-CREATINE. BioCeutical Research & Development Laboratory. (2009)
- Stroychev K., Terziiski N., Comparison of Kre-Alkalyn to Creatine on body composition, muscular performance, & safety: Dr. I.S. Greenberg Medical Center, Sofia, Bulgaria (2006)
- Afgerinos A., Vodenicharova, K., Shishmanova D., Goranov D., Stroychev K., kre-alkalyn toxicity study in humans. Dr. I.S. Greenberg Medical Center, Sofia, Bulgaria (2006)