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St Louis Cardinals Mark Mcgwire and the Chicago Cubs Sammy Sosa stated Creatine gives us more strength in our workouts and has helped us produce a more powerful homerun swing Williams 1 Creatine is an all-natural nutrient found in the bodies of all humans and most animals 95 of the bodys Creatine supply is found in the skeletal muscles The other 5 is spread throughout the body People take this substance because it will increase your muscle mass and make you stronger by an intense workout The short-term effects of Creatine are good but the long-term effects still remain in doubt Creatine becomes very complicated when you talk about what it does to the body and how it works It is the main player in the primary source used for muscle contraction When muscles contract there is an important fuel that is a compound called ATP ATP is an enzyme common to all body cells which helps sodium and potassium across the cell membranes Creatine is responsible for 10-50 of the body heat energy production It provides its energy by releasing molecules which the ATP then converts to ADP Adenine Dye Phosphate is what ADP stands for There is only enough ATP in your body to provide energy for ten seconds For muscle contraction to continue more ATP must be produced Creatine then comes to the rescue by giving up its phosphate molecules to ADP repeating ATP ATP can then be burned as a fuel for more muscle contraction It sounds so complicated but its real easy to understand Creatine simply makes you lift longer and harder through out your workout So now that you know the basis of what Creatine is you have to know that there are two types of it The first one is the all-pure Creatine Monohydrate It comes strictly natural from the skeletal muscles and where the other 5 of Creatine is spread out Creatine Monohydrate is the
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