What you need to know

Increase in Strength and Power

You can amplify the effects of your resistance training with Creatine Powder. The formula contains Creapure™, the purest, safest and highest quality creatine on the market that will help you achieve the best results at strength level.

Supplementation with creatine has positive effects on strength and potency which will in the long term lead to longer workouts, faster recovery between sets and increased muscle volume.

Ideal product for:


  • – Increase sprint strength and power;
  • – Increase the capacity for the jump;
  • – Faster recoveries between workouts.




Creatine Creapure®
5 g

How to take it

Loading Phase: 20 g/day for 5 days. Take at doses of 5 g, 4 times daily with isotonic juice or drink.

Maintenance phase: 5 g/day, for 6-8 weeks, before training. Do not exceed recommended daily intake.

Other information

Not recommended:

  • During pregnancy and breastfeeding;
  • In case of allergy to any of the ingredients;
  • In case of kidney failure.

Additional information

Weight 0.330 kg
Dimensions 7.5 × 7.5 × 14 cm
Necessidades dietéticas

No caffeine, No lactose, Vegetarian




Endurance Athletics/Trail, Combat Sports, Crossfit, Cycling/BTT, Fitness, Golf, Kayaking/Canoeing, Gymnastics, Radical Sports, Sprinting, Swimming, Team Sports, Triathlon, Water Sports

Tipo de produto

Creatine, Post-workout


Energy, Muscle Mass/Strength, Recovery


Woman, Man


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