Pack on Muscle Without Losing Definition

If you aren’t using creatine?

You are absolutely missing out on the most scientifically research-backed supplement on the market for adding muscle and increasing strength.

When it comes to adding muscle…

There is simply no other supplement that matches creatine.

The only issue I have with it?

Creatine Monohydrate, the most common creatine, can cause a bit of water retention outside of the muscle.

This is because not all of the Monohydrate gets absorbed into the muscle.

This causes a “spillover effect”.

It’s why I don’t use Creatine Monohydrate.

Because maintaining sharp definitions is super important to me.

I use a different type of creatine.

*My formula, Kino Gains, uses a superior form of creatine, creatine HCL.

I took this photo a few days ago just to show that my creatine formulation doesn’t blur muscle definition.

There’s a reason why this is the case.

There are 5 common types of creatine on the market.

The main difference is how well the creatine mixes and is absorbed (solubility).

Here’s a solubility score of the common types of creatine (the higher the score, the greater the solubility).

  • Micro Crystalized: 0.9
  • Creatine Monohydrate: 1.0
  • Creatine Citrate: 2.8
  • Creatine Pyruvate 5.9
  • Creatine HCL: 39.3 ***used in Kino Gains***

Creatine HCL is significantly superior when it comes to being absorbed.

It’s almost 40X more soluble than the most popular form of creatine, Creatine Monohydrate.

You don’t get that spillover.

Almost all the creatine gets absorbed, so muscles are not only full…

It greatly improves your strength.

I hit a PR a couple of days ago on bench press.

*I hit 275 for a set of 10, and it felt pretty easy. I probably could have gotten 11 with a spotter.

Hitting 275 pounds for 10 reps translates to a 367 one-rep max.

I weigh 178 pounds.

So my one rep max (367) is over twice my body weight.

I like testing myself like this to make sure I don’t lose muscle while getting lean.

As long as my strength stays the same or goes up, I’m good.

Typically when guys cut…

The pressing movements are the first lifts to see a decrease in strength.

When I’m getting lean I try to at least maintain strength.

*With Kino Gains, both strength and muscle size are going up as I’m losing body fat.

But with my formula…

Muscles are popping.

My waist is staying tight.

My face still looks lean and angular, too (Creatine Monohydrate makes my face a bit rounded).

A lot of this has to do with Creatine HCL we use in Kino Gains.

But it also contains Betaine.

The studies on betaine have been impressive.

In one study…

Subjects supplementing with betaine increased muscle mass by 4 pounds and arm size by 10 percent, all while decreasing body fat by 7 pounds.

The placebo group experienced no increase in muscle mass or arm size and no loss of body fat.

The Creatine HCL in Kino Gains alone will make your muscles fuller in just a matter of weeks.

With the Betaine added, it supercharges our formula.

Helps accelerate fat loss.

And more strength gains than creatine alone.

You have to try this stuff!

Kino Gains

Summer is quickly approaching and this will absolutely help you look your best for the beach.

Talk Soon,

Greg O’Gallagher

I’ve helped clients increase T levels naturally by as much as 300+ points following a simple protocol and I am now sharing this in a FREE report “10 Steps to Higher Testosterone”

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