Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Black98GPGT, Feb 2, 2006.
What are the pros and cons about it?
It will help you gain muscle mass and increase strength, but it costs money. I've had great results on cee.
better pics of jugs in you av?
make sure you cycle it and have a proper PCT
creatine makes me depressed. im contemplating suicide....so im probably gonna stop taking it
CEE is the shit. BN's see taste like shit but its cheap. The shit gets you swole. It mixes real well compared to monohydrate. I can't really think of any cons. Everyone says it retains water and makes you bloated but I dont think that true. And it doesn't make you piss a shitload.
what is google?
CEE won't make you bloated. Plus with CEE you don't have to load it. And it tastes less like poison when you mix it with OJ.
ive heard mixing creatine with citrus/acidic drinks decreases effectiveness. any truth to that?
Somewhat with monohydrate, but I don't think CEE is affected by it just because the molecule's structure behaves so differently.
i responded the best with monohydrate. its also cheap as hell. i think i payed around 10 bucks for a months worth. if you try mono just be sure to drink plenty of water. i have absolutely no cons about mono. i loved it.
I paid $6 for about a month's supply of CEE.
Is there any difference in effectiveness between the powder form and the pill form?
powder is absorbed a lot faster
That,I know cannot be true
It's no way near true. I stopped taking it and I'm still a machine. Yea my results aren't increasing like they use to but I'm no balloon.
btw, i hate balloons!
yeah I've also found this to be untrue
i pop gay balloons like yourself.
do you have anymore good prices for us. i love prices. prices are wicked awesome. i like to wake up and think about crazy prices. dang how about some more prices.
You just keep your stomach sucked in on squats and exhale on the descent. Then you can view prices on back surgery.
Do you have to take a certain amount going by how much you weigh?
I take roughly .05g/kg .
is your problem?