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Conceptually, why does creatine increase muscle size?
Muscle contractions are powered by ATP losing a phosphate and becoming ADP. Creatine can give away one phosphate to convert ADP back to ATP. With more ATP, muscles are more powerful. How is any of ...
Nov 6 '11 at 7:13
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