Creatine is the single most studied supplement on the market. A naturally occurring substance within your body, creatine is formed from the amino acids glycine, methionine and arginine. Creatine can also be found in high levels in red meats.
Through a number of studies, creatine supplementation has already been proven to increase fat-free mass and strength when paired with resistance training. However, there was little research on creatine supplementation timing and the effectiveness of different timing.
A study done by Jose Antonio and Victoria Ciccone published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition has found the answer to that question. The study showed that taking creatine post-workout is superior to taking it pre-workout, from a strength and body composition standpoint.
You can read the full research article here.
Since the coronavirus outbreak started, most companies have asked their employees to work from home. Working from home has several benefits, such as more time with your family, less driving, and increased comfort (no more ties and suits needed). However, everything has a darker side, right?
With the hard training involved in playing football and gruelingly long games, football athletes are certainly people who can benefit from the use of sports supplements.
We all strive to have clear, supple, glowing skin and healthy, luxurious hair. Protecting, repairing, and maintaining those goals does not have to be a daunting task. While your daily diet certainly plays a role in the health of our hair and skin, the use of supplements can be an incredible addition to our daily beauty regime.