Short, yet intense workouts force the athlete to perform at his or her best. In these conditions, the body just needs a constant supply of energy, so that it has enough strength for the proposed pace. Creatine helps one successfully get into this training regimen.
This compound is synthesized in the organism from other amino acids and is used to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP is precisely the main source of fuel for muscles during short and very intensive exercise.
This is why athletes include creatine in their sport nutrition products in order to improve strength, efficiency and endurance when a lot of muscle work has to be done in a short time.
At the same time, different kinds of creatine are available today. The most popular form is creatine monohydrate. There are also buffered creatine with a buffer for better absorption of creatine, and creatine hydrochloride, which is also very absorbable and does not retain water in the body. There are also blends of creatine with other ingredients in creatine complexes.