Creatine has been around a while, but many people are still confused about it, and even worried about its effects. This guide will help them out.
Christian tackles the myth of overtraining, why gymnasts and Olympic lifters look the way they do, and how growth occurs in spurts.
Creatine has been around a while. From the best ways to use it to the best type to buy, here’s what we know now.
One of the top product developers in the sports nutrition industry talks frankly about new developments in the wild world of sports supplements.
Here's ten mass-gaining essentials for your toolbox.
Something was fishy at the high school in McMinnville, Oregon. Was creatine to blame? Here’s the real story.
Athletes that have used anabolic steroids may have an increased form of muscle memory. Here are some legal ways to get a similar effect.
New research shows that creatine helps with concussions, temperature regulation, and recovery. Check it out.
The most radical gains of your life won't come by accident. For that, you need a gut full of ambition and a borderline crazy plan.
Are mitochondria the last frontier of muscle? Control them and you control everything.
Learn how to increase cell volume and you'll turn on protein synthesis and suppress protein breakdown.
Creatine has been around forever, but you don't hear much about it these days. Does it even work? Should you be taking it? Here's what you need to know.
Is the weight gain from creatine mostly water or muscle? Here are the facts.
There are many good reasons to take creatine. Here's a new one that's pretty darn exciting.
Lifters swear that red meat makes them stronger, but is there more to a steak than meets the eye?
A new study shows how little creatine you can take and still reap the athletic performance benefits. Check it out.
It's as much biological as it is mental. Here's a way to possibly fix it.
A new study is turning conventional wisdom on its head. Check it out.
Tired before your workout? These two things may be better than caffeine for optimizing exercise performance.
Amazingly, creatine works better for certain muscles than it does for others. Take a look at this new science.
Everyone should take creatine, even if their goal isn't to build mountains of muscle. Here's why and how to use it.