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    lurahkaty posted:
    Hmmm ... with that amount of phosphate in the muscle cells and all these energy reactions at all costs, there is a great need for water. So it's no surprise that a large amount of water eventually be absorbed into the muscle cells. The muscles eventually become much bigger and because of this increase in diameter, they are stronger. This effect does not is because the muscle became greater because of the growth of clean cloth, but it is because of water t90 xplode absorption caused by creatine. This water pump muscle cells, causing a stretching of the fascia that envelops and therefore, as mentioned above, it is believed that it stimulates cellular processes that ultimately increases the levels of muscle growth.




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