Body Building | High school student, creatine?

I'm a high school football player and I'm looking to play at the next level, I'm looking to get bigger and stronger, I'm currently working out a lot. I'm wondering if taking a supplement such as Creapure would help me achieve me goals of getting bigger, faster and stronger while reducing muscle recovery time.


Posted by Reply
1/25/2006 10:48:28 AM
Your body will make plenty of creatine by itself until the age of around 25. I would stick to glutamine after your workout as well as whey protein.

1/25/2006 5:45:20 AM
As a former high school and college football player, I have experimented with creatine and have found it to have positive results. However, all bodies are different and you may experience different results than myself. Try increasing your protein intake. You can do this through diet or by protein powders. The best types are whey protein as opposed to soy. Eat lots of lean meats (Fish, Turkey, Chicken, and even Egg Whites are great for a high protein diet). I also found that glutamine supplements allow my body to recover quickly and, in turn, stimulate muscle growth. There are many different types of supplements you can use, but be sure to read all warnings and/or side effects, and always consult a physician before beginning any supplementation.

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