Creatine

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

Should Football Players Take Creatine?

In modern times, American football is an incredibly systemized sport that has data on nearly every physical attribute that's required to play the sport...

By: Dan Garner

The Natural Way to Increase Human Growth Hormone and How it Will Benefit You

If you regularly work out, you have heard of human growth hormone (HGH). You may hear that HGH can rebuild your muscles, keep you fit and energetic, and...

By: Gary Moller

What to Look for in a Pre-Workout Supplement

Pre-workout supplements promise to transform your workouts. You'll be more energized, you'll smash weights like never before and you'll visit Swole Ci...

By: Andy Haley

HEALTH ALERT: Third-Party Testing Finds Heavy Metals in Many Popular Supplements

The supplement market is sketchy. It's hard to differentiate between a quality product and one that contains cheap fillers or even dangerous ingredi...

By: Andy Haley

Should I Take Creatine?

Creatine has been a vital part of my training arsenal for years. It can provide a huge advantage with minimal side effects. A natural amino acid mo...

By: Eric Bach

Latest Videos in Creatine

STACK Performance Nutrition: 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.