GNC Creatine Review
I paid $11 for GNC's creatine. Using this product, I got
huge gains in less than a month.
My bench, sqaut, clean, and shrug went up about 30% in a month.
Out of a possible 5, I give this supplement a
- Review submitted by Alex
This product is a no frills, straight up creatine monohydrate powder. This supplement is what I like to call a "first generation" creatine product.
It doesn't contain any other ingredients other than pure creatine monohydrate. Today, raw creatine monohydrate is a dime a dozen and is very cheap to buy. I'll be the first to say that this stuff works and will help you achieve the results your looking for, even standing up against the Cell Tech's and San V -12's.
The question here is not whether or not it works, because it does. The question is, is it worth the price compared to other first generation creatine powders.
Let's face it, creatine monohydrate powder is exactly that and you can't change it without changing the formula.
This product comes in a 1 Kg container and goes for $30.00. One serving size is 5 grams and contains approximately 5 grams of creatine monohydrate. There are 200 servings in one container costing about $.15 per serving.
This is cheap. However, there are cheaper brands out there that provide exactly the same thing, 5 grams of creatine monohydrate. For example, here are three other brands:
- Prolab Creatine Monohydrate $22 1 KG container
- 4Ever Fit Creatine Monohydrate $20 1 KG container
- MRM Creatine Monohydrate $20 1 KG container.
GNC seems to have a more expensive product. We all know that creatine monohydrate works, so if you are on a budget, you can't go wrong with plain creatine.