Originally Posted by Gatorrick22
Look CRT is good for strength and power but you will get wet muscles from it. I have never said it doesn't work, but it doesn't work the way I'd like it to work. That's why I don't use the oldest form of creatine anymore. It's how my body is affected that concerns me personally. So if it's good for you and you like it then fine, but don't tell me I'm wrong about how it affects my body personally, because you don't know a thing about me or what it's affects are on me.
In the end I ran out of my last bit of CRT two years ago and I'm done with it and the other rendition of it for now. I'll just stick to my beef protein and amino acids to supplement my nutritional needs.
So its ok for you to tell me how something will effect me and others yet I cant tell you that you are wrong about that? Look you are so misguided on creatine that I swear you get all of your information from a supplement company trying to sell you the latest and greatest formula for top dollar.
The fact is that creatine works because it draws water into your muscles. And having water in the muscles does not make them look less defined or make you look bloated. Intramuscular water does not have the same effect as subcutaneous water. Creatine does not cause you to hold water under the skin where it would cause you to look bloated or soft.
I work with people who compete in bodybuilding men and women and even the females are taking creatine monohydrate. They do not look doughy. They look ripped and muscular. Just as I do not have whatever the eff you think wet muscles describes. I imagine if I had a bloating problem you wouldnt be able to use my veins like a road map.
So, tell you what you stop telling me that creatine monohydrate is crap and I will stop trying to tell you that other forms are just overpriced less effective wastes of money. And by the way I am the only one here backing up anything I say with actual evidence, to which you completely dismiss based on a supplement companies description and your personal experience which could have had countless other variables involved.