When you see the winning results of USAPL champion Mike Bridges and Stones of Strength champion Travis Ortmayer, you’re viewing the best of the best in their class and field. Travis’ most recent competition results were his best ever—464 pounds at the Mohegan Sun Giants Live, which is a grand prix series event that qualified him for the World’s Strongest Man competition in September.
Mike Bridges won his fifth world title and broke world records at the ’09 IPF/NAPF/FESUPO Pan-American Powerlifting Championship this past August, where he completed a world-record 804-pound squat—he weighs only 200 pounds and is more than 50 years of age.
Given such amazing results, you might ask whether those two men are taking illegal substances for muscle enhancement and performance. That’s not the case. So, what do the two world-record holders have in common? The ingredient for success—Con-Cret, a proven concentrated creatine that offers steroidlike results in strength, performance, endurance and muscle recovery but is a legal, safe and natural product with no negative side effects.
Creatines vary in performance largely based on solubility. If creatine isn’t in a solution form, it won’t be absorbed into the bloodstream. Creatine monohydrate products taken in proper doses have proven to be effective in performance enhancement; however, most creatines have undesirable side effects, such as gastrointestinal distress, bloating and dehydration.
A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Manitoba produced convincing evidence of a significant improvement in plasma uptake with Con-Cret, a patent-pending creatine hydrochloride molecule, compared to creatine monohydrate. Test results revealed peak creatine plasma concentrations, and area under the curve, or AUC, values were significantly greater in subjects during the Con-Cret treatment phase of the study. The assessments, done using the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s method for determining relative bioavailability, showed the Con-Cret formulation was more than 60 percent greater than that of CM.
Con-Cret is administered through microdosing—one quarter teaspoon per 100 pounds of bodyweight. That enables Con-Cret to provide dramatic performance improvements without the negative side effects of other creatines—just lean, strong muscle. Available in powder and capsule forms, each serving of Con-Cret is equivalent to the potency of five to 10 grams of creatine monohydrate and can be used every day without the need to load or cycle.
It’s the only creatine on the market that is microdosed, which provides better results for competitive athletes and anyone who exercises, and eliminates negative side effects typical of the creatines that require you to load large amounts up front.
Mike Bridges and Travis Ortmayer have already discovered the truth about the new concentrated creatine and are seeing and feeling amazing results from taking Con-Cret. You can learn more at www.Con-Cret.com.