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|17 Aug, 2019||Price Increase||0.17%||average|
|14 Aug, 2019||Price Drop||-8.35%||average|
|11 Aug, 2019||Price Drop||-1.82%||high|
|10 Aug, 2019||Price Increase||20.87%||high|
|25 Jul, 2019||Price Increase||7.97%||low|
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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Creatine [R]3 years, 4 months agomr_bacon_pants posted submission on Supplements.
March 28, 2016
I want to add creatine to the supplements I'm already taking and looking for a good recommendation on a pill I can take daily in the morning.
March 28, 2016
The dose generally recommended is 5g/day, so you'd take 4 pills per day. http://www.amazon.com/Optimum-Nutrition-Creatine-2500mg-Capsules/dp/B000GIQS0W/
Daily Discussion Thread: 08/31/2015 [R]3 years, 11 months agomavajo posted submission on bodybuilding.
Aug. 30, 2015
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Aug. 31, 2015
The caps are basically double the cost of the powder. But considering I can't stomach the powder, I'm fine with paying extra.
FWIW, apparently you can make your own capsules too - but that sounds too time consuming IMO. Creatine caps may be double the price of the powder, but it's still cheap in the grand scheme of things.
Supplement Thursday [R]4 years, 11 months agospiciernuggets posted submission on Fitness.
Sept. 11, 2014
Moronic Monday - Your weekly stupid questions thread [R]5 years, 5 months agoMrSwanson2UMN posted submission on Fitness.
March 3, 2014
Get your dunce hats out, Fittit, it's time for your weekly Stupid Questions Thread.
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So, what's rattling around in your brain this week, Fittit?
DOMS after a week; advice? [R]5 years, 11 months agoandrewsmd87 posted submission on Fitness.
Sept. 9, 2013
I'm pretty much the weakest person I know. I'm 125 lbs, not an amazing diet, and I sit around playing video games in my free time. Also, I just recovered from mono so the small muscle I had from doing normal day-to-day tasks probably deteriorated during my month in bed.
Definitely looking to build muscle, and I'll be adjusting my diet for that.
One week ago I decided to join my friends at the gym, and they encouraged me to do a bunch of assisted pull-ups. After the workout I felt fine, the next day my muscles were a little stiff, and the following they were sore and I had restricted movement in my arms.
Today, one week later, I still can't completely straighten my arms without them feeling tense. Days after, I wasn't able to do thing like scratch that hard-to-reach spot on my shoulder blade that itches all the time.
I want to revisit the gym and do some more exercises, working more than just my arms and shoulders. Is this a good idea?
During the workout I was definitely working hard, but I wasn't experiencing any pain. Should I continue at this pace? Am I damaging my body? Should I do the same with my legs, abs, etc? Does anyone have suggestions for which weights to use?
Thanks for your reading. :)
Okay, so does anybody actually have an *enjoyable* method of intaking creatine? [R]5 years, 11 months agoandrewsmd87 posted submission on Fitness.
Sept. 4, 2013
For the longest time I had issues with horrible diarrhea after taking creatine, so I've tried mixing it into a lot of things. But I swear that no matter what I put it in, it's always unpleasant to some extent. My most recent find is mixing it with iced tea. It's probably bro-science, but I've found that drinks with particulate matter like coffee and tea make trying to drink a handful of sand less awful. Today while chugging this "createa" I drank a little too quickly and spilled some down my beard and onto the floor. My dog licked it up happily, then started gagging and threw up.
So, /r/fitness, in what ways do you drink/eat creatine that are pleasant enough to not make a dog throw up?