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Creatine Monohydrate 1KG - £17.42 @ My Protein

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
This is checkout price DELIVERED

Same post as before but my last was deleted as apparently the 5% discount code, although it works is also a referral code. So now I have to repost but cant tell you the referral code, ridiculous i know lol

However if you search google you should be able to find the one i did.

Creatine Monohydrate causes the muscles to absorb water from the surrounding tissues, and creates an immediate effect of larger muscle bulk, although this is a short term effect. A useful benefit of Creatine Monohydrate is that it is easily broken down into ATP, the most useful fuel for exercise. ATP is required by the muscles in order to contract effectively. ATP is stored in the cells, and used on demand. By supplementing the diet with creatine, you can ensure that your energy levels are high throughout the whole of your workout.
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#1
For those of you new to creatine a useful guide can be found :

http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-creatine.aspx

Hope that is of use :)
#2
bmouthboyo
For those of you new to creatine a useful guide can be found :

http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-creatine.aspx

Hope that is of use :)


Lol! That guide is "presented by" the very company who make the Creatine in this deal!

Here's a guide by someone without a vested interest:
http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/DSH/creatine.html
#3
So now I have to repost but cant tell you the referral code, ridiculous i know lol


We don't allow ANY referral codes on HUKD, simple as that. Please have a read of the forum code of conduct.
#4
I usually use the one from holland and barret,how does this compare?
#5
bobbybox
I usually use the one from holland and barret,how does this compare?

when buying creatine mono, the brand doest n really matter, cheaper the better
#6
black gerbil1
when buying creatine mono, the brand doest n really matter, cheaper the better


In that case this is an excellent price as when on offer i have paid about a tenner for 500grms previously.So gets a hot vote from me.:thumbsup:
#7
what happened to the other thread on this?
#8
creatine gives you the ***
#9
black gerbil1
when buying creatine mono, the brand doest n really matter, cheaper the better


lidds
creatine gives you the ***


basically- the better the absorbtion rate of creatine the better it is. the best absorbtion creatine is far way more expensive. there are forms of miconised creatine (expensive) that give good absorbtion- no tummy wind

where was the holland barret stuff is not the best to mix into the body.
#10
basically, creatine is very usefull in engery prodcution, working out and generally having high stamina.
but only when taken as directed (loading phase) and also- the right form of creatine is chosen.

what you get is what you pay
#11
monkeybrains


basically- the better the absorbtion rate of creatine the better it is. the best absorbtion creatine is far way more expensive. there are forms of miconised creatine (expensive) that give good absorbtion- no tummy wind


virtually every creatine mono on the market s 98% > so it doesn't really matter like i said.
#12
Rubisco
Lol! That guide is "presented by" the very company who make the Creatine in this deal!

Here's a guide by someone without a vested interest:
http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/DSH/creatine.html


Quackwatch is a notoriously biased and unreliable source for medical information. There are a number of research studies available, that can give a more rounded view of the effects of creatine.
#13
Or just use CEE instead and get virtually 100% absorbition, no water retention and no effects on kidneys and liver.
#14
The stuff copied from the site is basically ****.

Keeping it simple Creatine is part of the phosphate energy cycle - in which ATP breaks down into ADP and produces water and energy. ADP is repleted to ATP by creatine.

ATP = Adenosine Tri Phosphate
ADP = Adenosine Di Phosphate

Creatine does work - but in its Monohydrate form can cause cramps and stomach upsets. It also does not mix well - and is like trying to get finely ground gravel down your throat.

This conclusion was through getting freeies to try, as I am a BAWLA/SAWLA registered fitness instuctor (who has no interest in body building, as it largely seems to be a way for people with personality defects to try to get more sex through the belief it was their physical shape that was letting them down rather than their lack of confidence or social skills.)

There are other forms of creatine now that purportedly are better than monohydrate. Namely Creatine Ethyl Esther, Creatine Ethyl Esther Malate, Tri Creatine Orotate, and Tri Creatine Malate.

They all do the same thing but claime to offer better absorbtion, mix well without becoming like gravel, or avoid cramps.

Creatine will not appear in drug tests if you are competing in a sport - but will enhance your progress as you train.

However - why not get your confidence by going out more often with the money you save from not buying creatine?

If you want to train - then train for the love of it. Don't seek false benefits through means you cont really understand - unless its something to try to prevent injuries, as the benefit goes when you stop taking it - and you dont really want to be taking something for the rest of your days.
#15
I think your missing the point guys, whether you believe it works or not is nto the point. Can you find a cheaper deal on a 1 KG tub of creatine from a reputable dealer or not? further more does it not fall in the websites "price guarentee" ????

If so please do vote cold but also say where you found a similar product cheaper as then i can start buying from there lol

And emmaj42 i understand you not wanting referal codes on here, but it knocks 5% off the price, isnt quidco a referral ????? lol
#16
bmouthboyo;2130144
isnt quidco a referral ????? lol

No, it isn't. A referral link (as the name implies...) benefits an individual in some way according to how many people they get to use their link. Quidco is merely a cashback site.
#17
Hi guys,
I have been a myprotein member for a while now and have in the past ordered the creatine powder described in the original post.

A word of warning about the powder, it tastes horrid and no mixture of juice is able to hide the taste even grapefruit juice which has that same acidy taste, lol

My advice is to go for the Creatine CEE tablets http://www.myprotein.co.uk/capsules-tablets-softgels/sports-supplements/cee/ available from myprotein at £11.85 for 180 tablets.

I gave the creatine powder to a friend who threw up the first time taking it haha.
#18
leepea
No, it isn't. A referral link (as the name implies...) benefits an individual in some way according to how many people they get to use their link. Quidco is merely a cashback site.


But when you go through quidco you have to click their referral link to get cashback? So surely that benefits an individual > quidco?
#19
Crossy
Or just use CEE instead and get virtually 100% absorbition, no water retention and no effects on kidneys and liver.


No instead it just rots your teeth due to the high hydrochloric content.

Anyway voted hot as I used both and MP seem to be the cheapest and most certainly the fastest delivery. :)
#20
Cheers guys, i can see its a heated debate about creatine lol

The link i posted about creatine although indeed written by myprotein was posted on a very reputable muscle building site.

Ibiza
As for creatine being for people with "lack of confidence and no social skills", very intelligent::thumbsup:?

Thanks for the links to the tablets, I dont mind creatine too much because I have finished 3 years at uni and am trained at necking pretty much any substance that can fit in a pint glass lol so find it bare able, but i agree it tastes a bit funky.
#21
bmouthboyo
Cheers guys, i can see its a heated debate about creatine lol


As for creatine being for people with "lack of confidence and no social skills", very intelligent::thumbsup:?



You take it for what you want - but my comment referred to bodybuilding - not creatine.

http://www.bulkpowders.co.uk/product.php/249/16/creapure___micronized_creatine_monohydrate

15 quid a kilo, I doubt it improves reading skills.

COLD
#22
Evidently not as the price i posted is £13.43 before postage yours is £14.99, lol moron.
#23
bmouthboyo
Evidently not as the price i posted is £13.43 before postage yours is £14.99, lol moron.


Thanks for substantiating my point on lack of social skills.

Really hot post!!!
#24
ah bless i think he is confused as to how this works lol

When you post an alternative deal in someones thread then you meant to BEAT the price, not offer a more expensive alternative lol Bless:oops:
#25
Sorry - but you posted 1742p - which is more than 15 quid.

You failed to say it included postage - and while the site advises postage should be included in the deal, with most orders at both companies they don't charge postage anyway. Clearly you were unaware of this.

You misinterpreted previous comments - then based posts on your misinterpretation.

You left negative feedback for me on an entirely unrelated thread relating to a sale phone sims - despite my only leaving a comment on the sale thread - and not being a party to a transaction.

The moderators deleted your post as it was irrelevant, inaccurate, and an improper use of the site.

The site is for listing what you conceive as good deals - a negative score of 183, as it is presently, is not a good deal - and I would suggest you try reposting it showing how to get free postage rather than venting any further repressed anger in my direction.
#26
Don't get huffy because you didn't "read" the deal. You are obviously unaware that deals on HOTUKDEALS should always include delivery, if it did not i would have stated it. And indeed if you are trying to beat a deal you have not even looked at your going nowhere fast boy. Maybe your too used to shopping at Makro lol

I am glad you have acknowledged that my deal was indeed cheaper than yours, pride can be hard to swallow.

With regards to misinterpreting comments you clearly stated "no interest in body building, as it largely seems to be a way for people with personality defects to try to get more sex through the belief it was their physical shape that was letting them down rather than their lack of confidence or social skills."

I was pointing out the fact that this was not a very intelligent comment, especially from someone whom claims to be a "fitness instructor". Furthermore you then backed this up by saying you were referring to body builders, ie people wishing to increase muscle mass, something creatine is sold specifically to do.

As for my leaving a negative comment on your feedback, this is not relevant to this topic and very unprofessional, any concerns regarding should be discussed in private message. It is funny how you had it removed, that must have really got to you.

I would appreciate it if you would only post comments related to this deal as you offer a lot of hot air and very little constructive comments, apart from the deal you replied with, albeit worse lol Keep trying buddy:thumbsup:
#27
I advise against using creatine , i tried it once and after about a month i noticed a stretch mark on my left armpit next to my pec.
My bench press did go up a little but its not worth what potential damage this can do.
Now i dont take anything that isn't natural.
#28
arnold.rimmer
I advise against using creatine , i tried it once and after about a month i noticed a stretch mark on my left armpit next to my pec.
My bench press did go up a little but its not worth what potential damage this can do.
Now i dont take anything that isn't natural.

the strech marks were because you either put on or lost to much weight too quick.

Creatine is natural, it comes for meat. Everytime you eat chicken for beef your getting creatine.
#29
I agree, doing heavy weights inevitably you gain stretch marks, and as black pointed out loosing weight fast also results in them.

But also there seems to be split decisions as to weather its worth using or not. I got the stuff today and it seems fine, no taste what so ever.
#30
since i have stopped the creatine, i have not got any more (may have been a coincidence i agree)

i just think theres no need for any kind of these powders or pills

just stick to good old organic eggs and chicken

i think all these supplements are just a con
#31
arnold.rimmer
I advise against using creatine , i tried it once and after about a month i noticed a stretch mark on my left armpit next to my pec.
My bench press did go up a little but its not worth what potential damage this can do.
Now i dont take anything that isn't natural.


Stretch marks? That doesnt mean you went to the gym, it means you went to WAR - respect. ;)
#32
Would you two give it a rest? Deleting argumentative posts - go have a read of the forum code of conduct.
#33
well said emma i was sick of embarrassing him lol :)

I agree you must have hit them weights like a Zulu warrior, did your stretch mark go?
#34
its still there but has faded,
been lazy the past year and have hit a bench press plateau
i have been doing the same bench for ages now
im gonna try and get back into a routine of 3 weight sessions a weak and see if i can brake the magic 300
#35
300lbs thats good weight to lift
#36
Lol, i can only bench 60kg about 132lbs
#37
ibiza


it largely seems to be a way for people with personality defects to try to get more sex through the belief it was their physical shape that was letting them down rather than their lack of confidence or social skills.)

However - why not get your confidence by going out more often with the money you save from not buying creatine?

.



Whats this guys prob?? Serious chip on ya shoulder there mate. Not everyone who works out does it for sexual gain (i do tho haha) in my experience girls like a good physique mate and how on earth do you think that someone who works out cant be a great socialiser and have huge confidence naturally also???? , The 2nd comment is almost an embarrasment also mate, making a link between buying creatine and having no confidence baffles me! Youve obviously got more of a mental problem than those you are labelling imo. Serious superiority complex going on here like. :p
#38
I really need to get myself a decent routine. anyone suggest anything for muscle mass rather than strength?

I go 3 or 4 times a week day on/day off and after 4 months of lifting i have only gained some muscle defenition.
#39
releaseyourself
Lol, i can only bench 60kg about 132lbs


Mate that aint nowt to laugh at,decent weight that assuming its not a smith machine i hope :p i only bench 80 at the mo and im pretty big and lean (if i say so myself haha) it aint always about huge heavy weights its an individual thing mate ,everyones muscle fibres are different some people can naturally lift more because of that, just make sure you are progressing by adding weight now and again and your fine ;)
1 Like #40
releaseyourself
I really need to get myself a decent routine. anyone suggest anything for muscle mass rather than strength?

I go 3 or 4 times a week day on/day off and after 4 months of lifting i have only gained some muscle defenition.


Im currently using a 4 day split one from muscletalk.co.uk and its a superb routine, just sign up for the forum and have alook about, some great lads in their to help.

Get a routine with squats and deadlifts in there ;) which 99% of the lads at my gym dont seem to bother with..BIG mistake.

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