By MaleProstateHealth • February 14, 2016 • Comments Off on Universal Nutrition Animal Pump reviews
Built on the proven foundation of creatine, Universal Nutrition Animal Pump is no passing fancy. It’s a no bull, high octane performance supplement designed to help you blast through plateaus and preconceived limitations.
Utilizing a unique, advanced matrix of the most cutting-edge forms of creatine, Universal Nutrition Animal Pump is created for the serious lifter, for traditional creatine non-responders and for those who hate the dreaded creatine bloat.
Creatine is a naturally occurring nitrogenous organic acid found in the skeletal muscle of vertebrates. About 95% of the creatine found in the human body is located within the skeletal muscle. Creatine is produced from amino acids, L-arginine, glycine, and L-methionine to be exact, and the process is performed mainly in the kidneys and liver. Most of the creatine found in our bodies comes from the foods we eat. Unless you are a vegetarian, up to half of the creatine that is stored in your body can come from meat.
Without getting too scientific and technical, creatine is stored in the muscles and is used as a form of energy called phosphocreatine. Phosphocreatine is associated with power output in prolonged muscle use. When this is depleted within the muscle, muscle fatigue is triggered. Increasing creatine within the body has been proven to help increase phosphocreatine output during anaerobic activity. This is known as the ATP-CP energy system within the body.
Creatine supplementation plus resistance exercise increases fat-free mass and strength. Based on the magnitude inferences, it appears that consuming creatine immediately post-workout is superior to pre-workout vis a vis body composition and strength.
Universal Nutrition Animal Pump Suggested Use: As a core or foundational pre-workout supplement, take a single pack 30-45 minutes before you lift, preferably on an empty stomach. As each pack also contains your full, daily dose of creatine, take this product every day for optimal results. On non-training days, you can take the pack around the same time as you would if you were training. You can remove the red capsule on off days, or if you train at night.
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