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This is a common question we get asked and I think from a personal perspective Creatine should start to be taken around the age of 14-16 if you need to improve your strength levels and gain weight. But by no means do you have to take Creatine to gain weight, it just strongly aids in the process. Creatine pulls water from your body and hydrates your muscles which leads to greater strength, endurance and power in the gym. All three of those things can lead to you packing on muscle. Which can help athletes of all ages. Make sure you...

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This is a common question we get asked on all of our social media pages and the answer we give every time is that it depends. It depends on the supplements and it depends on the athletes. If you are concerned about taking Pre Workout but drink coffee and drink energy drinks there is no need to be concerned. Our pre Workout is 100% NCAA & USADA safe. Make sure to read the ingredient labels of everything that you consume and will put in your body. Now, if you are hesitant on pre workout, that is fine. Not everyone is...

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The NCAA has a unique view on supplements and that is what we are going to discuss today. Most dietary supplements are completely legal in the eyes of the NCAA. Creatine is legal, mostly all pre workout ingredients are legal but today I want to talk to you about caffeine. Caffeine is something that a lot of people wouldn’t consider illegal but before a competition you are not allowed to consume over 500MG of caffeine. So let’s say a pre workout has 300MG of caffeine and you take 2 scoops, and you are taking before a competition, you are technically...

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This is a common question we get asked and we believe there are not any negative drawbacks to taking Creatine if you take the right amount and if you are hydrating properly. What Creatine does is that it pulls water from your body and uses that water to hydrate your muscles. So this leads to more strength in the gym, more energy and more endurance. This is why we included 5G of Creatine in our pre workout product. Which we believe is plenty. Your body should only consume maximum 10G of creatine a day. So anything over that can be...

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Everyone reads the back of the label when it comes to supplements but do you actually know what to look for? Today we will be discussing 3 of the main ingredients in a pre workout that you need to look for and what they can do for you. It’s not just about getting an energy rush it is about performance. The first ingredient you need to look for is Beta Alanine. What does beta Alanine do? Beta Alanine is used in pre workout to increase endurance. It helps your body produce a natural chemical called carnosine which allows you to...

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