Pre-workout supplements like creatine may help you train harder and build muscle faster, if it's used effectively. Let STACK's roster of strength coaches and nutritionists show you how to take creatine and break down the reasons why it helps athletes perform in the gym.

Latest in Creatine

Creatine Benefits for Athletes

Creatine is one of the most popular sports supplements on the market. It gives you the majority of energy for short-term, maximum exercise such as...

By: Gavin Van De Walle

The Positive Side Effects of Creatine (Besides Building Muscle)

The Positive Side Effects of Creatine (Other Than Building Muscle) I would like to preface this article by stating that I support the whole food...

By: Kait Fortunato

4 Creatine Myths Exposed

Creatine is a naturally occurring amino acid-like compound used by tens of thousands of athletes worldwide to increase their strength, power, musc...

By: Tim Ziegenfuss

Use Sodium Bicarbonate to Get More Out of Creatine

Athletes who have taken creatine monohydrate know that it works, although they may not understand the science behind it. What Is Creatine? Creat...

By: Chris Costa

The Truth About Muscle-Enhancing Supplements

Muscle-building supplements should be simple: Take them and build muscle. Unfortunately, today's market is filled with a lot of confusing products. ...

By: Tyler Lacoma

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STACK Performance Nutrition With Leslie Bonci: Does Creatine Improve Athletic Performance?

In this episode of STACK Performance Nutrition, Leslie Bonci provides advice on creatine consumption.

Tyson Gay on EAS Sports' 100% Certified Program

Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay discusses his relationship with EAS Sports and how the company's line of products help him maximize his training and performance.

EAS Pro Science Armor

Dr. Keith Wheeler, VP of research and development for Abbott Nutrition, discusses how Pro Science Armor works and when athletes should fuel up with the product.

Jose Antonio on Diet and Supplements

Former NSCA vice president and ISSN CEO Jose Antonio dicusses the role of diet and supplements for improving your athletic performance.

Jose Antonio on Creatine

Former NSCA vice president and ISSN CEO Jose Antonio discusses creatine.