If you’re someone who works out a lot, trains, watches what you eat, and pushes hard in the gym, you’ll want to make sure you’re getting the most out of what you do. That means making sure you’re putting the right things in your body and doing all the proper things before and after your workouts—and when you sleep—to keep things humming.
One thing you can do to help out with that is with the new Momentous Creatine and the other line of products from the brand. Creatine can help with a wide range of things for you, including improving your muscle development, bone health, and your strength. Momentous is adding creatine to their line of products to help give athletes and fitness-minded people out there an option on the market to help with their performance and overall health. (Check out more on Momentous Creatine here.)
Momentous has also been getting into podcasting, putting out a new series and episodes that detail advice and best practices for training, working out, and much more. One episode features performance coach and pro athlete trainer David Alexander, who has worked with athletes like Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, and Victor Oladipo. Check out that episode and the list of podcast episodes here.
Athletes, coaches, and trainers from many different sports have used creatine in their routines and they give Momentous the seal of approval. Athletic trainer and elite performance coach Jamal Liggin, who has worked with NFL players like Odell Beckham and Marshawn Lynch, as well as celebrities like Sean Combs, has a lot of experience with creatine, and he’ll be using Momentous in his own work.
“Creatine has been in my life for over a decade,” Liggin said. “My college coach used to give us supplement recommendations and I found that creatine helped with my energy, recovery, and I saw changes in my body at the collegiate level. Then when I got into professionally training athletes, I felt like I needed the feeling that creatine gives me — more power and more strength. My season as a trainer is it’s busiest from August through December, and this period becomes its own kind of training camp for me where I need to take everything necessary for my recovery and energy. I’ll be up at 5am and working through 11pm, so having the supplemental foundation of energy is really important, and I like the fact that I’ll be able to use Momentous creatine before I head to work. I take one scoop of creatine, some frozen fruit, and then just add water. I’m also really excited to have an NSF Certified for Sport source of creatine to be able to share with my athletes now.”
Professional lacrosse player Kyle Hartzell is also someone who uses creatine in his routine: “I started using creatine in college because it helps produce lean body mass, strength and power development, and it has an energy component,” Hartzell said. “There are a ton of benefits to taking creatine as an athlete, so it’s a no brainer. I’m really excited that Momentous is adding this to their line of products because this just adds another source that I’m sure I can trust. The NSF certification is what makes the biggest difference to me. I’m taking creatine about 30-60 minutes before my workout. You can also take it after if you need to.”
The brand also has Momentous Sleep as something you can use in your routine to help you get quality sleep and recover from your workouts. With the times being as crazy as they are out there, using this can help you get the rest you need.
Check out more on Momentous Creatine and other products from Momentous here.
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