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Olympic Rower Adds Creatine to Her Toolbox

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Olympic Rower Adds Creatine to Her Toolbox

Our Director of Marketing at Momentous is also an Olympic athlete, but it wasn’t until we developed our Performance Creatine that she realized how she could add it to her own routine. Sara Hendershot shares how creatine is now another tool in her toolbox, and how she relies on it for its vast health benefits.

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How and When You Should Use Creatine

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How and When You Should Use Creatine

Loading, Timing, and Dosage. Performance Engineer and Owner of Allegiate Gym Tim Caron breaks down the how and when you should be supplementing with Creatine.

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Creatine 101: The Science Behind This Supplement

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Creatine 101: The Science Behind This Supplement

Is Creatine for you? When you take a creatine supplement, the pool of phosphates used for recycling ADP into ATP increases, providing a more readily available source of energy for your cells. Increasing the size of the pool enables you to replenish this reservoir more quickly, so you can go harder for longer and recover quicker. So in the words of our Performance Engineer Tim Caron, “If you have a pulse, you will benefit from Creatine.” Take a look at the knowledge Tim has shared with us in our Creatine 101 video.

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How Endurance Athletes Can Benefit from Creatine Supplementation

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How Endurance Athletes Can Benefit from Creatine Supplementation

Almost every advertisement for creatine features a buff guy or girl pumping iron. There are plenty of studies to back up the implication of such images: that this supplement can benefit strength and power athletes. But if you’re a runner, cyclist, or triathlete, can creatine supplementation also help you? That’s the question we’ll answer in this article.What Does Creatine Do in Your Body?Creatine is an amino acid that your body produces via your liver, pancreas, and kidneys when you ingest protein. It turns into phosphocreatine when you ingest it in the form of foods like beef, fish, and dairy or...

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Emma Coburn: Fuel and Supplements

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Emma Coburn: Fuel and Supplements

Emma talks us through her whole philosophy and approach to fueling and supplementation.  

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