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Can I take this and still use creatine monohydrate 5grams after work out

April 18, 2017

I did the loading of creatine monohydrate and now am just taking 5grams once a day after workout but decided to use Aftershock is it safe or a good or bad idea to still take the 5grams of creatine monohydrate or should I just leave the creatine and stick with Aftershock


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Posted April 18, 2017

The creatine in aftershock is hidden in a blend so it is tough to tell home much you are getting. The blend is quite big, with creatine being firstly in the list. You can assume a decent size from this. You could be safe and add in some extra creatine (it won't hurt, other than your wallet), or you can stick to the serving size from aftershock, which is probably enough if you are already saturated.
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Posted April 18, 2017

Thank bro I just don't wanna take to much creatine for a week straight I took 20grams a day for the loading then now I was gonna take just 5grams after workout but saw that in after shock it has protein and creatine
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Posted April 18, 2017

Taking this and then taking Creatine post workout would be fine, but make sure to increase your water intake when doing so. Also many Preworkouts do have Creatine as well, so if dosing up to 20g is a concern you might want to skip the post on Preworkout days. Lastly, you will be overpaying for a product that combines these ingredients and in this particular product you don't know what you're getting as gervs11 said.

Good luck, stick to a basic protein and use your own Creatine post workout that way you can still take Creatine on your non training days.
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