FREE Shipping in the contiguous United States!

The Science Behind Creatine Matrix


Creatine is the most powerful workout supplement you can take to boost your overall performance and success in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Matched with the amazing benefits to our potent, cycle-free creatine blend you have untamed strength and unlimited PR potential.  

Creatine is the bread and butter to any strength athlete. A balanced diet will provide minimal amounts of trace creatine, yet supplementing creatine at a regulated dose will provide anabolic strength, power, endurance and accelerate your recovery.

Creatine Matrix was created to:

  • Boost raw strength: Creatine monohydrate has been shown to enable greater energy transfer in just one workout.
  • Reduce recovery time: Optimal blood creatinine levels decrease recovery time and prime you for the next workout.
  • Encourage lean muscle mass: Unlike many mass gainers or traditional creatines, our cycle-free blend encourages lean muscle mass and crazy strength.
  • Increase anaerobic power: Creatine is hands-down the best gym supplement for pushing your limits in bigger and heavier compound lifts.



Our clinically-formulated creatine blend works to target four main areas of performance:

1.   Boost Anabolic Strength

2.   Decreased Recovery Time

3.   Develop Lean Muscle Mass

4.   Limit Bloating and Cycling


Boost Anabolic Strength

Strength can be defined from two particular standpoints; aerobic and anaerobic. For traditional bodybuilding and powerlifting, anaerobic is the area of primary focus.

Where aerobic strength requires an energy transfer in the form of oxygen (excessive breathing), anaerobic strength does not. Rather, anaerobic strength primarily uses oxygenated blood to fuel movement and muscular contraction. Anaerobic strength is the foundation of your big, heavy lifts.

Creatine is the fundamental mechanism to enable repeated sets of maximal exhaustion - especially when you are training at a very high intensity (3-5 RM). 

All muscles work through ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) generation. Each time you lift (especially heavy weights) your body will use ATP as fuel, leaving ADP with one lost phosphate (Adenosine DiPhosphate) as a by-product, which cannot be used as fuel for muscles.

In order to lift heavy and train again at maximal exertion, your body must resynthesize the lost phosphate. This is where a high-quality creatine supplement comes in. Supplementing a consistent dose of creatine will help to provide an abundant supply of phosphates (from the supplemented and metabolized phosphocreatine) at which your body can draw from to create more ATP.



Research shows that supplementing with creatine monohydrate may lead to greater states of anabolic potential through a faster resynthesis of ATP. Recent research is even showing that creatine may be a very beneficial addition to a training program that requires high glycogen storage.

In other words, creatine helps you to recover faster between sets - enabling you to train at a consistent heavy weight for an extended number of sets.

Branch, J. D. (2003, June). Effect of creatine supplementation on body composition and performance: A meta-analysis. Retrieved March 20, 2018, from
Rawson, E. S., & Volek, J. S. (2003, November). Effects of creatine supplementation and resistance training on muscle strength and weightlifting performance. Retrieved March 21, 2018, from


Decreased Recovery Time

Recovery time is all about enabling your body to source the nutrients and substances it needs in order to stimulate both muscle protein synthesis and glycogen replenishment.

Muscle protein synthesis is, of course, the mechanism that is stimulated through excessive protein consumption and many clinical trials have pointed at L-Leucine and creatine as being the primary stimulants for this process of recovery.

Traditional resistance training, especially in larger, compound movements like the squat and the bench can actually take upwards of 48 hours to recover before hypertrophy can be safely stimulated again without injury. This means that a creatine recovery supplement can aid in your overall performance ability and endurance.

From a performance perspective, you want to be hitting each muscle group 2-3x per week - depending on your strength goals. Using a creatine supplement allows you to train at these frequencies.



Not only has using a creatine supplement been shown to be a very effective tool for promoting strength and overall performance enhancement, but recent research has shown that creatine supplementation may be a useful tool for recovery after an injury.

It seems that the increase in plasma creatinine levels may be a beneficial tool when muscles are weak and lack contraction sequences during a recovering injury.



Creatine malate has been shown to break down at a much slower rate than traditional creatine. This slow release of creatine into the bloodstream may assist in a faster recovery time and therefore a greater ability to train with higher frequency.

Tyka, A. K., Chwastowski, M., Cison, T., Palka, T., Tyka, A., Szygula, Z., . . . Cepero, M. (2015, March). Effect of creatine malate supplementation on physical performance, body composition and selected hormone levels in spinters and long-distance runners. Retrieved March 20, 2018, from
Cooke, M. B., Rybalka, E., Williams, A. D., Cribb, P. J., & Hayes, A. (2009). Creatine supplementation enhances muscle force recovery after eccentrically-induced muscle damage in healthy individuals. Retrieved March 21, 2018, from


Develop Lean Muscle Mass

Despite popular belief that creatine only causes a bulking effect, research has shown that creatine can actually be one of the most important determinants for the development of lean muscle mass, making it the perfect gym supplement for those looking to stay lean and tight. 

Lean muscle mass is all about stimulating hypertrophy with as little caloric value as possible. Development of lean muscle tissue can be accomplished through creatine supplementation - namely, creatine monohydrate and creatine chelate have been shown to be the most effective, both of which our creatine supplement has.



Creatine magnapower, also known as creatine chelate is the combination of magnesium to help elicit a greater osmotic effect and in turn, a greater hydration effect.

According to recent research,  creatine supplementation could stimulate myogenic regulatory factors, which activate the transport of contractile proteins and enhance satellite cell activation, proliferation, and differentiation - in other words, you can train harder with less caloric consumption and continue to develop lean muscle mass without catabolic muscle breakdown. This, in turn, could influence a greater capacity for muscle protein synthesis and the development of lean muscle mass.

Brille, L. (2003, September 02). Magnesium-creatine supplementation effects on body water. Retrieved March 20, 2018, from
Volek, J. S., & Rawson, E. S. (n.d.). Scientific basis and practical aspects of creatine supplementation for athletes. Retrieved March 21, 2018, from


Limit Cycling or Bloating

Many people struggle to supplement creatine because it can cause bloating and the unneeded stress of loading or cycling on and off.

Many studies indicate that creatine has the most beneficial effects in the first 4-6 weeks of supplementation - mainly because the body draws on the excess creatine for faster resynthesis of ATP (as discussed). For this reason, many will load and unload after 4-6 weeks of supplementing creatine. For many bodybuilders and strength athletes, the constant loading and unloading can cause bloating and discomfort - especially at the beginning of the cycle. Our creatine blend gives you all of the benefits of creatine without the bloating or stomach distress associated with inferior creatine supplements. In other words, this is a no-loading creatine blend. 



Many people should turn to a blend of creatine that contains creatine malate and creatine chelate - both of which have been shown to remain in the bloodstream for longer and would require much less loading and unloading than traditional creatine monohydrate.

Conclusive research shows that the strength effect of creatine chelate is proportional to creatine monohydrate, without the need for loading and unloading, or discomfort from bloating.

Buford, T. W., Kreider, R. B., Stout, J. R., Greenwood, M., Campbell, B., Spano, M., . . . Antonio, J. (2007). International Society of Sports Nutrition position stand: Creatine supplementation and exercise. Retrieved March 20, 2018, from

Recover Faster - Train Harder

The fundamental aspect of any training program is to train as hard as possible, stimulating growth and performance - without running into an injury spectrum. Supplementing creatine has been shown for decades to help athletes, especially in power-based sports, to perform at a high level and recover faster without the constant fear of overwork or stress-induced injuries.

Research shows that traditional creatine monohydrate may be the most beneficial when it comes to pure performance and recovery, yet the added downside of constant cycling and potential discomfort from bloating requires athletes to look for alternatives in the form of creatine chelate.

Our unique blend of creatines takes all the views from the most influential research methods to combine a one-stop shop for muscle, performance and raw strength, without any cycling or discomfort.

Find the Atomic Creatine Matrix here.

Close (esc)

☀️Shop Summer Sale☀️

Some of Your Favorites up to 30% OFF!

Shop Now

Age verification

By clicking enter you are verifying that you are old enough to consume alcohol.


Shopping Cart

Your cart is currently empty.
Shop now