Higher Power Creatine Review
I’ve been using higher power creatine for a few months now and I’m more than satisfied with the results, so here is my higher power creatine review. The creatine I’ve been using is Higher Power creatine monohydrate. This is micronized creatine, which is more effectively absorbed by your body.
Of all the creatine reviews I’ve done, this brand provides you with the most value because of its low cost. I definitely noticed a difference over non-micronized creatine powders. Higher Power creatine monohydrate more easily dissolves in water. I didn’t have an upset stomach at the beginning of my creatine cycle like I normally do with non-micronized powders. Most other creatine powders sit in your stomach, creating indigestion.
I really started to notice an increase in strength during the third day of loading. Most of my compound lifts increased by about 10-20 pounds. There was an immediate, slight increase in arm size, but I realize this was due to increased water retention. Even so, it felt great to see an almost instant increase in my lifts.
During the maintenance stage, the increased strength remained. After the first cycle, which was one month, my arm sized increased by a quarter inch. After the second cycle, they increased by another 0.15 inches. The law of diminishing returns was in effect, but I’m not going to complain about and almost half inch gain in my arms within 2 months, especially since I’m a hard gainer.
Of course I could have gotten faster gains through other methods (illegal methods), but I’m very satisfied with the increase and the fact that the increased arms size stayed when I stopped taking creatine.
Also, you can’t beat the price. Higher Power creatine monohydrate is only $19 for 1000 grams, which comes out to less than $0.10 per 5 gram serving. If you load with 25 g per day for a week, and then maintain with 10 g per day, the $19 bottle will last between 2-3 months.
Overall Higher Power Creatine Review
For creatine reviews, it comes down to the best bang for your buck. Unlike proprietary blend supplements, creatine is essentially a commodity. I haven’t found a more cost-effective micronized creatine than Higher Power. There aren’t any negatives about this product, so I give it a 10 out of 10.