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Old 11-30-2009, 02:58 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by JesseA View Post
I stopped taking creatine for the last few weeks. I have not really noticed any difference. I will probably wait a few more weeks and add it back in to see if there is any worthiness to it. I know it's one of those 'proven' supplements, but I'm having a hard time figuring out what it's proven for. a big pump? muscle building? recovery? The more I learn about it the less I see it as a required supplement.

disclaimer: I am only looking to add muscle and strength. I don't care about vascularity or a pump while lifting. (unless of course those make you stronger?).
creatine falls into my nice but not neccesarry category, plus it is hit and miss. I have known guys who did extrmely well on it, but i never felt a damn thing, maybe an extra rep here or there, but that is hard to distinguish from what i was already getting.
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