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Old 01-30-2010, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default Creatine and Beginners

There are many people strongly against creatine for beginners. The argument is that beginners should wait to master lifts, diet, etc. before they take creatine.

Where do you fall on this issue?

Personally I believe creatine should be used by beginners. It is cost effective, and can maximize strength and hypertrophy gains, and provide an extra boost of energy as a beginner is acclimating to hard training. More strength leads to more hypertrophy. Since a beginner is growing rapidly to begin with, I believe in doing everything possible to maximize that progress.

What say you?
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