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Old 06-25-2013, 09:13 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Grambo View Post
Cramping is most definitely a hydration issue. I don't think there's any science showing that creating itself causes cramping without dehydration.
100% right. There's to many people out there that never drink enough water even for a NON lifting life style.

The human body under normal conditions dehydrates/evaporates a gallon of water a day just threw talking and breathing.

Then they all cut sodium out also. BIG mistake. You want to flush sodium? Just drink more water.


Creatine is NO wonder drug/supplement. It's in many foods, just taking it as a sup just cuts down on eating a boat load of food and over eating just to stay saturated with it.
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