krealkalyn

  1. krealkalyn


    does this product get you bulk?
    what are the cons of taking this?


  2. Cons are you're wasting your money.

    Just get creatine monohydrate.

  3. Proven to work...

    No bloating, loading, cycling or any other usuals with Mono.

    Of course Mono is the most studied, trialled and proven supplement with the most research of pretty much all time - doesn't mean Kre-Alkalyn isn't any good. I used it for 3 months straight (All American EFX original patented K.A) didn't monitor it at all...trained and ate as per my diet and schedule at the time and didn't think much of it. After I jumped off however over a few weeks you notice a few differences like body composition changes and strength in some lifts... That's just me anyway!

    It's dirt cheap in the states anyway so no harm in giving it a shot.

    Anthony
    Five Star Supplements
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by FiveStarSupps View Post
    Proven to work...
    by the virtue that it's just buffered creatine then yes it is proven to work... as far as all the marketing claims behind it they are not proven

    @ OP.. i've used it and found it no different than mono in terms of strength, size, or sides... pretty pricey considering how cheap creatine is nowadays but convenience of pills is nice

    primordial performance has great prices on their creatine if they still carry it... save a ton, get way more creatine, and works the same

  5. Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk

    by the virtue that it's just buffered creatine then yes it is proven to work... as far as all the marketing claims behind it they are not proven
    I think very rarely any marketing claims on any product are proven. In terms of what it does and how it works it is proven.

  6. Strength goes up on it always!

  7. im taking two before and two after workouts is that okay?

  8. Quote Originally Posted by AdelV View Post
    Strength goes up on it always!
    I HAVE ALWAYS HAD GOOD RESULTS ON THIS. I JUST DRINK ALOT OF WATER

  9. strong thread bump, the masses will agree that kre- isnt worth the money...i would go mono, then mcc.....
  10. therealest77
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech
    strong thread bump, the masses will agree that kre- isnt worth the money...i would go mono, then mcc.....
    I wonder why everyone keeps saying this? The stuff is very inexpensive, and frankly, I like the stuff. Even if it's not the best, it's not bad either.

  11. Monohydrate >
  12. therealest77
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyGT
    Monohydrate >
    Hell, even if it is, the stuff still isn't bad. Just eat food and push the iron.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by therealest77 View Post
    I wonder why everyone keeps saying this? The stuff is very inexpensive, and frankly, I like the stuff. Even if it's not the best, it's not bad either.
    never said it was expensive and its all personal preference its just most feel mono, creapure, mcc work just as good for less money....if it works for you then by all means use it
  14. therealest77
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech

    never said it was expensive and its all personal preference its just most feel mono, creapure, mcc work just as good for less money....if it works for you then by all means use it
    The scientist who made creapure stated that Creatine wasn't an amino acid. So if you believe what he said then by all means use creapure as well. Just thought you should know.

    Just eat and push the iron

  15. Quote Originally Posted by correaconda View Post
    im taking two before and two after workouts is that okay?
    Take one dose immediately upon waking and one dose before workout, the Kre-Alkalyn is not a fast acting creatine so its not ideal to take it after workout
    I hated every minute of training, but I said, "Don't quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion." -Muhammad Ali

  16. Quote Originally Posted by therealest77 View Post
    The scientist who made creapure stated that Creatine wasn't an amino acid. So if you believe what he said then by all means use creapure as well. Just thought you should know.

    Just eat and push the iron
    ok.....

  17. Quote Originally Posted by datnewnew View Post
    Cons are you're wasting your money.

    Just get creatine monohydrate.
    This.

    Quote Originally Posted by FiveStarSupps View Post
    Proven to work...

    No bloating, loading, cycling or any other usuals with Mono.

    Of course Mono is the most studied, trialled and proven supplement with the most research of pretty much all time - doesn't mean Kre-Alkalyn isn't any good. I used it for 3 months straight (All American EFX original patented K.A) didn't monitor it at all...trained and ate as per my diet and schedule at the time and didn't think much of it. After I jumped off however over a few weeks you notice a few differences like body composition changes and strength in some lifts... That's just me anyway!

    It's dirt cheap in the states anyway so no harm in giving it a shot.

    Anthony
    Five Star Supplements
    Strong BS...now I know which company to veer away from.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonbero View Post
    Take one dose immediately upon waking and one dose before workout, the Kre-Alkalyn is not a fast acting creatine so its not ideal to take it after workout
    How fast a creatine acts is irrelevant. PCr saturation is always the ultimate result unless you are using CEE.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by therealest77 View Post
    The scientist who made creapure stated that Creatine wasn't an amino acid. So if you believe what he said then by all means use creapure as well. Just thought you should know.

    Just eat and push the iron
    Biologically speaking, creatine is not an amino acid. Structurally, it may be, but we generally don't use that definition.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Jonbero View Post
    Take one dose immediately upon waking and one dose before workout, the Kre-Alkalyn is not a fast acting creatine so its not ideal to take it after workout
    You dont get a "kick" from creatine, it needs to build up saturation levels. That's why so many do a "load" phase (10g) to get to saturation levels and then a maintenance dose (5g) after that.
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  20. there needs to be a creatine 101 thread or sticky...
  21. therealest77
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69

    Biologically speaking, creatine is not an amino acid. Structurally, it may be, but we generally don't use that definition.
    But Coop, it's created combining 3 different amino acids....

  22. Quote Originally Posted by therealest77 View Post
    But Coop, it's created combining 3 different amino acids....
    It doesn't matter. Take another look at the structure. There is no characteristic amine coming off the alpha carbon (and there are no carbons beyond that; obviously proline is an exception to this rule). For this reason it is not an amino acid but rather a nitrogenous acid.
  23. therealest77
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69

    It doesn't matter. Take another look at the structure. There is no characteristic amine coming off the alpha carbon (and there are no carbons beyond that; obviously proline is an exception to this rule). For this reason it is not an amino acid but rather a nitrogenous acid.
    Opening up my book right now for confirmation on this (I'm on the fence of disagreeing)
  24. therealest77
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69

    It doesn't matter. Take another look at the structure. There is no characteristic amine coming off the alpha carbon (and there are no carbons beyond that; obviously proline is an exception to this rule). For this reason it is not an amino acid but rather a nitrogenous acid.
    What are your thoughts on Ageforce's stupid Creatine patch?

  25. Quote Originally Posted by therealest77 View Post
    What are your thoughts on Ageforce's stupid Creatine patch?
    Considering oral monohydrate has nearly 100% bioavailability, it's obviously just a marketing gimmick.
  26. therealest77
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69

    Considering oral monohydrate has nearly 100% bioavailability, it's obviously just a marketing gimmick.
    My man.......

  27. krealkalyn has worked well for me dose in the morning and after workout. i dont get the same sides with it as with the mono

  28. I like Kre-Alkalyn preworkout at 3 caps and I use 5 grams of Creapure post and this
    combo works great for me. I don't believe in loading creatine because after about
    3 weeks your muscles will be saturated with creatine and I think the bad side effects
    that people complain about is when they do the week of loading at about 20 grams a
    day. One other thing about Kre-Alkalyn you don't have to use the AAEFX brand you
    can get it from Now Sports which is the same creatine at about $6 to $7 less and
    Creapure I just pick up 1000 grams for $16 so they are both pretty reasonably priced.

  29. I personally really like Kre alk except for the price vs regular creatine mono

    Wish someone would just cap a few grams of creatine monohydrate and sell it the regular price of mono

    I'd be all over that ****

  30. Have to admit, i took size on(old formula) for 4 weeks and felt okę went onto nos ether and gainer 10kgs on bench and kept it after....

    I kike this firm abive cm, and dont mind controlled labs green mag!
  

  
 

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