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  • Prolab Creatine 1Kg
    Prolab Creatine 1Kg

    CREATINE MONOHYDRATE is 100% pure, flavorless, micronized creatine monohydrate with no fillers or additives. Creatine is a naturally occurring molecule in the body that plays a key role in explosive energy metabolism and helps to drive periods of short burst power output. Supplementing with CREATINE MONOHYDRATE helps to supersaturate muscles with rapid-fueling creatine – driving improved muscle power output, explosive strength and rapid intra-workout recovery. * 5 grams of Pure Micronized Creatine...

  • Prolab Creatine 1000g
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  • Prolab Creatine 1000g
    Prolab Creatine 1000g

    You can increase energy, power, and the effectiveness of your intense workout with this pure creatine supplement. You will notice a difference in your energy levels, power, and the fullness of your muscles in a little as one week. Use this supplement daily to help your muscles maintain high levels of strength and mass.

  • Prolab Creatine Monohydrate Powder 1000g
    Prolab Creatine Monohydrate Powder 1000g

    Price: £26.49 RRP: £34.99 Creatine is a natural substance found in the body that plays a very powerful role in energy metabolism. Oral supplementation of creatine monohydrate has been shown to increase the resynthesis of ATP (andenosine triphosphate) from ADP (andenosine diphosphate) during muscle contractions. ATP is the molecule the muscle cells burn during muscle contraction. When the energy is released from the ATP molecule it drops off a phosphate, thus becoming ADP. Creatine combines with...

  • Prolab Glutamine Powder with LMC - 35.3 oz. (1000 g)
    Prolab Glutamine Powder with LMC - 35.3 oz. (1000 g)

    There is no question that intense training consumes incredible amounts of muscle fuel. Although some of that fuel is supplied by naturally stored glycogen, serious training demands can outpace energy availability and the body may be forced to use amino acids from muscle tissue for fuel. This dynamic poses no small obstacle to growth and recovery. One of the most readily used of these amino acids is L-Glutamine � the most abundant amino acid in skeletal muscle. Although muscle tissue contains loads...