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    This is amazing - more videos please, Doc.

    What is your opinion on creatine HCL?

    I switch from monohydrate to hcl some years back. It seems like tossing about 3gs of hcl under the tongue before a workout is an efficient way of ingesting this stuff.

    I feel a noticeable difference in strength towards the end reps without any GI issues or bloating, which was my main issue with monohydrate.

    Still, I wonder if Iím not getting the full effect that 5gs of monohydrate a day would accomplish?

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    Great stuff! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soule View Post
    This is amazing - more videos please, Doc.

    What is your opinion on creatine HCL?

    I switch from monohydrate to hcl some years back. It seems like tossing about 3gs of hcl under the tongue before a workout is an efficient way of ingesting this stuff.

    I feel a noticeable difference in strength towards the end reps without any GI issues or bloating, which was my main issue with monohydrate.

    Still, I wonder if Iím not getting the full effect that 5gs of monohydrate a day would accomplish?
    This article might be relevant to the monohydrate vs HCL issue:
    Dietary creatine supplements raise serum creatinine mimicking acute kidney injury

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