Hi-Tech’s Phosphagen Creatine Powder Review

Hi-Tech's Phosphagen Creatine Powder Review ContainerHi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Phosphagen creatine powder takes full advantage of the benefits that creatine supplementation can offer with it’s incorporation of high quality, proven muscle building ingredients shown to enhance creatine availability for utilization in the phosphagen system.

Phosphagen contains an array of ingredients that create a synergistic effect by enhancing creatine uptake, delaying muscule fatigue during intense training and encouraging muscle recovery after intense training, thereby allowing the ingredients to take a greater effect for a longer period of time.

Product: Phosphagen
Company: Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals
Price: $27.95 for 1 Month Supply (30 Servings)
Special: Buy 1 Get 1 FREE
Website: www.a1supplements.com

Hi-Tech Pharma has worked diligently to develop something that would amount to EAS’ Phosphagen and the quantum leap in nutritional technology and consumer value it achieved. Hi-Tech understood that to succeed in this mission, a sophisticated creatine product that significantly advanced the muscle-building potential of the original Phosphagen would need to be put together.

Hi-Tech believe that the key to unleashing the full post-workout muscle-building potential of creatine is to identify other forms of creatine that might be more bioavailable and synergistic compounds that could dramatically enhance the propitious effects of creatine by enhancing creatine’s performance in the phosphagen system.

Reading a variety of customer reviews posted by Phosphagen users, and learning of their opinion and experience with the product, will make your decision of whether or not it’s for you, an easy one.

Hi-Tech Phosphagen Side Effects

 

Phosphagen Ingredient Details

Proprietary Blend with Micro-Rx and Extend-Rx Technologies: 12.5 g

› Creatine HCl

» Creatine HCl is simply a creatine molecule bound with hydrochloric acid. As a standalone supplement C-HCl has been shown to increase muscle cell volume, promoting an anabolic environment for increase muscle size. Creatine HCl increases the synthesis of a compound called Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). ATP is the body’s primary source of energy for the phosphate energy system; the energy system which the body uses to power short, sharp muscle contractions and other anaerobic exercise. Creatine HCl allows your muscles to contract with more power for an increased number of repetitions, increasing your anaerobic exercise capacity. Combined with a sensible diet and workout regime, Creatine HCl therefore allows you to train harder, for longer, and stimulate more muscle growth, resulting in an increase in muscle strength and size.

› Creatine Nitrate

» Creatine nitrate is a new form of creatine in which the base molecule that creates the standard creatine monohydrate, is now found in a nitrate group. The reason for the bonding of the nitrate group to creatine is to possibly help increase the solubility of the compound within the body post consumption. By increasing the solubility of creatine, creatine nitrate allows for a higher concentration of creatine to be absorbed by the body using the same 5 g dose of creatine most athletes recommend. However, since it is now absorbed much easier and the dose is now concentrated, one is able to lower the daily dose to around half that, meaning you should consume only 2.5 g of creatine nitrate.

› Disodium Creatine Phosphate Tetrahydrate

» Hi-Tech’s Phosphagen creatine powder contains some of the most potent forms of creatine ever discovered, including disodium creatine phosphate tetrahydrate, which helps to ensure optimal utilization of creatine by incorporating ingredients that enhance creatine uptake and delay onset of muscular fatigue during intense muscular contraction, thereby allowing the ingredients to work longer in the phosphagen system. It also works to ensure an uninterrupted supply of creatine to enhance the anabolic effect of greater muscle cell volumization and heighten and more rapidly mobilize concentrations of PCr muscle fuel to facilitate the rapid and sustained transfer of high-energy phosphate within the phosphagen system for ATP resynthesis.

› Beta-Alanine

» Beta-alanine is a naturally occurring amino acid that limits the amount of carnosine, a dipeptide, stored in the muscles. As beta-alanine levels increase, so do intramuscular carnosine levels, and this provides various performance benefits. Research shows that supplementation with beta-alanine reduces exercise-induced fatigue, improves anaerobic exercise capacity, increases potential workload, which can lead to an increase in lean mass. Beta-alanine is also involved in the metabolism of the nutrients tyrosine and tryptophan and its production is dependent on the vitamin pyridoxine.

› CreaPhos Creatine Phosphate

» Creatine phophate is thought to improve strength, increase lean muscle mass, and promote muscle recovery more quickly during exercise. This muscular boost may help athletes achieve bursts of speed and energy, especially during short bouts of high-intensity activities such as weight lifting or sprinting. However, scientific research on creatine has been mixed. Although some studies have found that it does help improve performance during short periods of athletic activity, there is no evidence that creatine helps with endurance sports.

› Guanidinopropionic Acid

» Guanidinopropionic Acid helps to regulate insulin function and is a popular addition to products containing creatine monohydrate. Insulin is an anabolic hormone, within the context of low body fat levels, which means that it triggers the body to make new muscle tissue from dietary protein. Insulin also causes the body to increase its uptake of creatine to muscle tissue. Research has shown that guanidinopropionic acid can help to improve insulin function, promote weight loss, improve your muscles ability to contract, increase your body’s creatine uptake, and, most importantly, help to make your muscles appear more prominent even if you don’t work out.

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Hi-Tech Phosphagen Side Effects and Directions

Directions: Training days: to optimize creatine uptake and PCr deposition for enhanced muscle work performance and muscular development, take 1 scoop of Hi-Tech’s Phosphagen creatine powder with 8-10 ounces of water 20-30 minutes prior to training.

Non-training days: to volumize muscle cells, speed recovery, and maximize saturation of PCr stores, take 1 scoop with 8-10 ounces of water anytime as desired during the day.

Side Effects: When supplementing with creatine becomes an everyday thing, you begin exposing yourself to a variety of different health risks. Although, the minor negative side effects are rare, the severe cases are one in a million.

If you know how to use creatine properly, responsibly, and you cycle it, you have no reason to worry about risk with Hi-Tech Phosphagen side effects. There is an obvious connection between using creatine in high doses and negative side effects, such as stomach pain, nausea and diarrhea.

If you have any concerns regarding your ability to use Phosphagen, Cell Tech, JetMass or any creatine product for that matter, consult with your doctor before you decide to purchase. They will always point you in the right direction in the best interests of your health. It’s not worth taking such a major risk for such minor benefits.

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10 Thoughts to “Hi-Tech’s Phosphagen Creatine Powder Review”

  1. Gomer Magtibay

    I’m planning to do exercise again, but not as rigorous as those we see in gym. Perhaps, push ups and some jogging. Would this supplement be okay? Or, not recommended for people who are not doing as tough as those exercises done by heavy weight body builders?

    Also, I suspect that I have kidney stones as my diet is too salty (but not yet proven by a clinical check up). Would there be any problem taking this supplement?

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Only use a creatine powder if you’re looking to pack on as much muscle mass as possible. You’ll have to talk to your doctor regarding your kidney stones.

  2. Marie T.

    I’ve heard that Creatine is geared more for men because their bodies can generally process it faster. Have you found this to be true? I have only ever tried once or twice and it did cause some severe stomach pain so I’m pretty sure it’s not for me. What would you recommend mixing this with? does orange juice or cranberry juice help the absorption because of vitamin C content? or would it be best to mix with milk, or almond milk?

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Yes creatine is geared more for men because they usually want to pack on as much mass as possible.

  3. Matiss

    Hey, Dalton!

    I loved the descriptions on the active ingredients. Very comprehensive, very, very good.

    I wanted to ask though – as far as I understand it has those 6 active ingredients, but what about any inactive ingredients? Meaning, does it contain any additional additives?

    If it does, are they good for you? Meaning, do they pose any additional health risk? Or are they completely safe?

    Anyways, huge thanks for this review, Dalton!

    Have a great one!
    Matiss

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      There are a few other ingredients which aren’t worth listing but you can find them in the supplement facts label. These are just fillers and artificial flavors. Their not good for you but they pose no additional risk either.

  4. Juliet

    Hi there,
    Thanks for this post.
    This is another interesting supplement I have never heard about. Is the use of it limited to someone who is body building or muscle building?
    What if I am trying to lose weight but like to have firm muscles as well, can I use it?
    The side effect sounds very scary, I just hope I will not be the one in a million!

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Yes creatine is primarily for individuals looking to pack on as much mass possible. I wouldn’t use a creatine powder to get the results you desire. You should exercise regularly in combination with a pre-workout before you exercise and a protein powder for after you exercise. 

  5. Peet Jacobs

    Very informative post with what I am sure a huge audience.
    Great to see the amount of research you have done before posting this review and it will definitely add a lot of value out there to the muscle maniacs. I am in the weight loss niche myself and reading articles like this offers a lot in terms of extra information that one can incorporate into your content. Supplements is the more aggressive approach to reaching goals and is something I will definitely add to my content in time.
    Please feel free to visit my site and see if you could perhaps harvest some ideas on what type of content you can add to your website.

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Thanks for the comment! I’ll be sure to take a look at your content. Thanks for the ideas.

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