Lets Talk: Should Women Take Creatine

The misinformed media and lousy reporting still leave many women believing that creatine is a "guys only" supplement. Creatine is one of the most researched supplements out there. Studies have shown time and time again that creatine can enhance strength, increase lean body mass, and improve exercise performance—regardless of sex.

Women Taking Creatine

Studies have shown that both untrained and resistance-trained women can significantly increase both upper-body and lower-body strength when supplementing with creatine. Additionally, a 2003 review study found that women have greater relative improvements in strength compared with men: 14.8 percent versus 5.5 percent.[1]

Creatine has also been shown to benefit athletes outside of the weight room. It improved sprint and agility performance in elite soccer athletes preparing for the Olympics and decreased recovery time for cyclists. [6-8] That's why creatine is a top choice supplement for endurance athletes.

Creatine-JB Supplement for Women

  • It won't make you "Bulk Up". Adding serious, long-lasting mass comes from eating a lot and lifting heavy weights religiously.

  • It won't make you feel Bloated. As long as you stick consistently to a low-dose protocol (5-7 grams daily), it's highly unlikely you'll see any change in your weight or any unpleasant side effects.

  • It is safe. In the hundreds of studies done on the safety of creatine, none have ever shown it poses any type of health risk. Not only is it considered safe to take, your own body actually produces it!

Xendurance uses Creapure Creatine - the purist most bioavailable form of creatine in the world. We have the best Creatine out there and would love to see you take advantage of the performance and recovery aspects of it.

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www.xendurance.com

Athlete Pictured

Mattie Rogers

Uses Creatine-JB daily.