Our entire product range is split into several key categories to make the buying process easier for you. Find out more about our product categories and discover which products are most suited to your training goals.
Impact Whey Protein
Milk Protein Smooth
The UK's Lowest prices guaranteed!Found a similar product cheaper elsewhere? We promise to beat it by 5%!
Creatine monohydrate is a combination of amino acids naturally found in the body as well as dietary sources such as meat and fish. Supplementing with additional creatine will increase your body's phosphocreatine stores resulting in greater levels of ATP (the body's energy source). The increased ATP levels mean your body can work harder for longer, leading to improved athletic performance.
Why should I take creatine?
- To increase strength
- To increase lean mass
- To improve speed
- To improve power
- To improve multiple sprint performance
Which users will benefit from creatine supplementation?
- Strength athletes
- Speed athletes
- Recreational gym-goers
- Vegetarians (as they have lower base creatine levels)
How often should I take creatine?
It has often been suggested that using a loading dose is the best way to take creatine taking either 20g for 5 days but taking a simpler dose of 5g/day will also be effective. Some people prefer to cycle creatine, running it for 8 weeks at a time, but there is no evidence that method is superior and it is perfectly fine to run creatine all year round.To promote creatine uptake, it is recommended to take it with a high carbohydrate drink so adding it to your post-workout shake would be a good option for most.
Are there any side effects?
Occasionally, users may experience some bloating and abdominal discomfort as a result of creatine. If you happen to experience this, we'd suggest trying a 'low-bloat' creatine such as Creatine Ethyl Ester. It has been suggested that creatine supplementation may increase kidney stress but long-term studies suggest that creatine supplementation is completely safe providing there are no pre-existing renal conditions in users.
Which creatine is best for me?
The most widely researched and most popular creatine supplement is creatine monohydrate and we'd recommend most users start out with this. Advanced trainers or anyone one who suffers from bloating may prefer to try Creatine Ethyl Ester or Creatine Gluconate.
Creatine Monohydrate: The subject of hundreds of studies, Creatine Monohydrate has been proven to help improve power, strength and growth.
Creapure®: Made by AlzChem in Germany, Creapure® is world-renowned to be the purest (99.99%) and best quality micronized Creatine Monohydrate available.
CEE: Creatine Monohydrate attached to an ester salt for improved absorption. A good alternative to Creatine Monohydrate.
Creatine Gluconate: Creatine bonded to a molecule of glucose for improved absorption and performance.
Creapump: Pre-workout formula containing creatine, carbohydrates and amino acids to help push your workouts to the next level.
Creastorm: Advanced creatine formula using carefully selected ingredients to boost absorption rates including L Glycine and Alpha Lipoic Acid.
Your shopping cart is Empty
New flavours – Tropical and Berry Blast
Premium Creatine Monohydrate
£1 Creapure 250g unflav. when you spend £10. Use code - PUREPOUND
Ultra pure creatine monohydrate
Creatine Ethyl Ester
Save up to:
Save up to:
Amino Maintenance Formula
Fast delivery creatine
Save up to:
Improve Strength & Power
Save up to: