Six Star Creatine X3 is an intra-workout and post-workout supplement. It is meant to help active people to build more muscle and enjoy improved recovery. The official Six Star Pro website claims that it also helps people to build their strength and enhances muscle performance.
The official site for this product claims that it can be used as a part of workouts that will allow users to break their personal fitness records. Moreover, it will allow them a smooth recovery afterward. It promises to provide the body with the fuel it requires to be able to keep going.
The description for Six Star Creatine X3 is primarily a description of how the body goes about using energy from a molecule called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). That said, it then states that the creatine in this product will provide new energy stores by converting adenosine diphosphate (ADP) which can be broken down into ATP, the usable energy.
The description also indicates that creatine does not need to be cycled. As a result, this product can be used continuously in order to saturate muscles making between set recovery better and making it possible to train harder for greater time periods.
Six Star Creatine X3 provides fast-absorbing carbs to deliver creatine. In this way, the body receives carbohydrates, which are a source of rapidly available energy, on top of the creatine. Every dose of this product provides 8 grams of its creatine blend of creatine monohydrate and creatine HCl. It also contains 2.5 grams of free-form BCAAs and taurine. These are included to assist in raising nitrogen levels.
Instead of focusing on studies conducted by reputable organizations and published in peer reviewed medical journals, the website for Six Star Creatine X3 focused on very small preliminary studies. The first involved the participation of only 31 people for 10 days. The second was six weeks long. Another involved only 22 people over 12 weeks.
While this preliminary research may have indicated that further study was worthwhile, the product website prefaced the description of each study with bold statements that made it seem as though there was proof that using this product would result in four times the muscle, for example. This is unfortunate as there is some research to indicate that there is promise to using creatine for bodybuilding, but the marketers for this product chose a more dubious way to present it instead.