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Creatine: Glutes and Lower Body Leg Strength for Women Plus Fear of ‘Bloating’ Explained

Creatine is a popular supplement that can be beneficial for women looking to enhance their strength and athletic performance. Contrary to common misconceptions, creatine is not exclusively reserved for men and can be just as effective for women. By increasing the body's production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), creatine helps provide energy for intense workouts, allowing women to push their limits and lift heavier weights. It also aids in muscle recovery, reducing fatigue and soreness after exercise.

Incorporating creatine paired with electrolytes into a well-rounded fitness regimen can contribute to improved muscle strength, power, and overall athletic performance in women as well as men. 


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Video Transcript: 

Mike Mutzel:

People are afraid of creatine. They think they're going to retain a lot of water. What are your thoughts on creatine?

Erika Gasztonyi:

Creatine is great. I love creatine. Am I bloated and puffy? No. I take creatine every day. It makes your muscles look full. The fullness that it gives you is the desired look, if anything. I noticed instantly the effectiveness with my training and the recovery and my ability to have good sets throughout the entire workout, versus just a couple sets at the beginning. Yeah, I think it's great. I think there's, again, with the preconceived notions that women think. I know before I took it, I thought, oh, that's a thing for guys. Oh, that's a thing if you're just trying to bulk up, but it's great for women to take too.

Whatever can give you that edge to make your workouts that much more effective, and creatine is great for that. It's one of the most widely studied supplements out there. It's one of the safest supplements out there. Really can't go wrong with it, and I tend to be someone who has a lot of digestive issues. I've been fine with creatine. Again, if you have issues with it, stop taking it, but I don't think people should be afraid of taking it, and it does not make you look puffy and bloated.

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Mike Mutzel:

Yeah. It's funny how these myths come around, and I think if you go in into anything with a mindset, this is going to cause X, Y, and Z, then it's almost like you can manifest it or believe... So, what do you take? Two grams, five grams?

Erika Gasztonyi:

I take about a five grams...

Mike Mutzel:

Okay. Pre-workout?

Erika Gasztonyi:

I do it post-workout. Yeah, just after with the smoothie that I have after workout. 


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