Elite athletes have used creatine since the 1950s, yet it
wasn.t until a 1992 publication that the rest of the world
learned about its incredible benefits. Since that time hundreds of studies have been conducted and thousands of articles have been written about how creatine can improve physical performance and health. Creatine supplementation increases strength, jumping ability,
speed, and enhances gains in strength and muscle mass from weight training[5, 6]. While various forms of
creatine products have come and gone on the market, none have truly revolutionized the industry. That is about to change. Introducing the next stage of the creatine revolution: MyoSportTM Duo-Phase Time Released Creatine.
What.s so revolutionary about MyoSportTM? For starters it contains 10 g of pure creatine monohydrate per serving. That.s up to 500% more than other creatine
products. Normally only about 20% of creatine is absorbed into the blood,
so your body never even sees the other 80%. MyoSportTM Duo-Phase Time Released Creatine is scientifically formulated to release creatine in specific amounts at defined intervals
throughout the day. The result: You absorb more of the creatine you buy and you don.t waste money!
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2.Becque, M.D, et al. Effects of oral creatine supplementation on muscular strength and body composition. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 2000. 32(3): p. 654-658.
3.Bosco, C., et al. Effect of oral creatine supplementation on jumping and running performance. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 1997. 18(5): p. 369-372.
4.Dawson, B., et al. Effects of oral creatine loading on single and repeated maximal short sprints. Australian Journal of Science & Medicine in Sport, 1995. 27(3): p. 56-61.
5.Maganaris, C.N. et al. Creatine supplementation enhances maximum vol-untary isometric force and endurance capacity in resistance trained men. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, 1998. 163(3): p. 279-287.
6.Volek, J.S., et al. Performance and muscle fiber adaptations to creatine supplementation and heavy resistance training. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 1999. 31(8): p. 1147-1156.
7.Steenge, G.R., et al. Stimulatory effect of insulin on creatine accumula-tion in human skeletal muscle. American Journal of Physiology, 1998. 275(6 Pt 1): p. E974-E979.
8.Bellinger, B.M., et al. Oral creatine supplementation decreases plasma markers of adenine nucleotide degradation during a 1-h cycle test. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, 2000. 170(3): p. 217-224.
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