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Creatine and PE

Creatine and PE

Hi guys,

After much searching on the forum and seeing it being mentioned a couple of times but with no real definitive answer cropping up I’d like to pose the question to anyone that has a good knowledge about how creatine works. My knowledge is basic at best. Assuming we don’t get a definitive answer here I will post back at some point in the future as I have recently restarted both my weightlifting and PE routines and am taking Maximuscle which is a protein and creatine based suppliment.

SJA


Shooting for 9"

I doubt creatine will do anything for your dick. What it will do is pump your muscles up when you lift weights, noticeably, and let you do an extra rep or two in each set.


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Sperm contains creatine, but that does not mean that you will produce more sperm.

Creatine will NOT do anything I repeat will NOT do anything to aid in the growth of your dick. Take it from one who has consumed a lot of the stuff.

To function, muscles need energy. The energy is stored as ATP in the body. Creatine is a precursor to ATP, meaning from creatine your body can make ATP very fast. You wont be able to lift heavier weights but you can do more reps. Your unit doesn’t need muscles for an erection so it doesn’t need creatine.

Thanks guys.

Baywatch: Were you PEing when you were consuming lots of creatine?

FoxMarrine: I am aware that creatine is stored in the muscles, hence allowing them to be “stronger” and make them store more water so they appear larger, but I also heard that when taking creatine there is a higher level in the blood steam. I was just wondering whether this would have an effect.


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How does it affect the PC muscle?

I’ve been peing while using creatine. It won’t do anything, it is just not related.

Creatine is a phosphagen, just like ATP, the molecule that acts like fuel for cell exchanges, transport and especially muscle contractions. ATP stands for Adenosine DIphosphate. To get energy out of ATP, you must “take” a phosphate group out of the molecule, therefore making it become ADP, Adenosine DIphosphate.
When you rest (don’t workout, for example), creatine (which is mostly in muscles, around 95%) will take a phosphate out of ATP and become Creatine-phosphate or PhosphoCreatine.

Here’s the reaction :

PCr + ADP (——) Cr + ATP

Using that reaction, your body will make PhosphoCreatine (PCr) reserves available when your really need it : during high efforts. Creatine is not good for endurance workouts, it will only give you a few extra seconds of “power”. Like ATP, PCr takes about 2-5 minutes to completely regenerate in your muscles.
During high effort exercises, PhosphoCreatine will give back it’s phosphate group to ADP, making ATP. (ADP is not very good at giving energy, so this is why you need to make ATP)

Creatine, which is already synthesized in your body naturally, is also available in your diet if you’re not a vegetarian. When you take it as a supplement, all endogen (body) synthesis stops. When you stop taking supplements, it will fortunately come back. Nutritionists recommend taking 5g, four times a day for 5 days to expand your body reserve by 25%. After that, taking 3g/day is enough to maintain that reserve. Taking more is a waste and will most likely be eliminated in your urine.

Hope it helped,

JD
(Sorry I’m not a native english speaker)


7 11/16" ELBP, 7 3/16" NBPEL 5 5/8" EG (mid), 8 1/8 " SL

Goal : 8" NBP 6" EG (mid)

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How does it affect the PC muscle?

Like it would affect any muscle in your body. 5-10 extra seconds of contraction if you give all you can, but no effect if you’re trying a marathon.


7 11/16" ELBP, 7 3/16" NBPEL 5 5/8" EG (mid), 8 1/8 " SL

Goal : 8" NBP 6" EG (mid)

Jackdaniel. Excellent reply. Question answered. I presume you have experience in bodybuilding in order to have attained this level of knowledge. How much of a factor do you think a high protein diet would be in PEing?

SJA


Shooting for 9"

Originally Posted by jackdaniel
Nutritionists recommend taking 5g, four times a day for 5 days to expand your body reserve by 25%. After that, taking 3g/day is enough to maintain that reserve.

Did you mean to say 3g/4 times a day, or did you mean what you said with 3g for the whole day?

I also recently started exercising again. I bought a treadmill a week ago and have been running a mile every day. I have also started to lift weights again. My friend who works out alot takes protein and creatine and recommended protein to me for now. I’ve been on it for a little less than a week so far and it *seems* to have a good effect on recovery times for the sessions I’ve been doing.

I’m pretty thin at 6’ 155 but I’d like to bulk up some and get stronger. Just wondering if you guys think creatine would be the answer. I’ve read how great it is but haven’t really talked to anybody and gotten their opinions on it.

Thanks for any info!


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Did you mean to say 3g/4 times a day, or did you mean what you said with 3g for the whole day?


I mean that you take a 5g dose, four times a day, for 5 days. That is a total of 20g/day, 100g in 5 days. After that, you only take 3 grams A DAY to maintain your reserves.

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I presume you have experience in bodybuilding in order to have attained this level of knowledge.

I was part of a study on creatine last year, did a lot of research on it too. I’m also a medschool student and we recently talked about creatine. What I wrote is what’s in my books and what I got out of my bodybuilding experience with the product.

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How much of a factor do you think a high protein diet would be in PEing?


I am on a high protein diet and never gained.
It would surely help PE to have all the sufficient amounts of amino acids (essentials) out of your diet. Amino acids play major roles in recovery, energy uptakes, acid wastes…
Please be aware that very large uptakes of amino acids (or proteins) is not going to help you. Once you reach the quantity you need of amino acids, you can’t make reserves like glycogen (glucose) or triglycerides (fats), all the supplements will end up in the toilet.

Good luck
(Sorry again, I’m not a native English speaker)


7 11/16" ELBP, 7 3/16" NBPEL 5 5/8" EG (mid), 8 1/8 " SL

Goal : 8" NBP 6" EG (mid)

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Creatine is a phosphagen, just like ATP, the molecule that acts like fuel for cell exchanges, transport and especially muscle contractions. ATP stands for Adenosine DIphosphate. To get energy out of ATP, you must “take” a phosphate group out of the molecule, therefore making it become ADP, Adenosine DIphosphate.

I’m sorry I wrote “ATP stands for Adenosine DIphosphate”… It stands for Adenosine TRIphosphate, of course.


7 11/16" ELBP, 7 3/16" NBPEL 5 5/8" EG (mid), 8 1/8 " SL

Goal : 8" NBP 6" EG (mid)

Thanks jack, all questions answered.. And your English is flawless as far as I can tell.


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