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Creatine HCl and free-acid creatine come together for Muscletech’s new Creactor

Creatine HCl and free-acid creatine come together for Muscletech's new Creactor

While we weren’t exactly close with Muscletech’s first mystery Performance Series supplement, as we were thinking some kind of post-workout which turned out to be Micellar Whey. We took an educated guess at the other product the brand will have on show at this weekend’s Arnold Classic, saying another creatine was likely similar to the smaller and simpler Creacore to exist alongside Cell-Tech. It turns out we were spot on with Muscletech’s fourth formula officially titled Creactor, a somewhat straightforward creatine supplement. The product features a total of just two ingredients in each of its 1.9g servings, 750mg of creatine HCl and 750mg of free-acid creatine. For those after a description of the latter, the one we’ve never actually seen used before or at least named that way on a label, according to the brand “free acid creatine is the purest form of creatine you can get, without any acids or salts”. Muscletech don’t really promise any more effects or promote anything extra due to the addition free-acid creatine, but do really drive Creactor home highlighting its amount of servings. In every unflavored tub fans will be getting a massive 120 servings, meaning three tubs of the supplement is designed to last you a year. Based on its combination of ingredients and Muscletech’s large amount of servings, we feel price is going to be a major factor for Creactor something we unfortunately won’t be seeing until the product hits stores.

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