All Customer Reviews for Cell-Tech
17 Customer Reviews
this product is amazing. i use to be skeptical about creatine, but my friend turned me on to it at the gym. Honestly, 1 day i was maxing my bench press, i maxed out at 245, took some Cell tech did 5 minutes of treadmill came back and maxed out at 255, now that has to say something. Right?Cant beat it
by leo lee
I started lifting when I was 18... I weighed 130 and benched 135. I went 3 years without using any supplements and by the time I turned 21 i was 140 benching 205....after 3 years though. I starting using cell tech and after 3 months I weigh 150 and put up 255 and I'm still gaining like crazy.Good product for beginners
Cell-Tech's formula increases the absorbency of creatine by a lot. This is mainly due to the dextrose with helps to absorb creatine with the insulin spike. On this product I have gained 10 lbs. of muscle in 1 month and increasing my bench by 10 lbs. I take this product post-work out as that is when it is best absorbed. This is a great product of new trainees.Great for Pre-Workout
I have tried many different creatines and at one point tried Cell-Tech. I used it for around 6-8 weeks, about a large containers worth. This stuff works great when used pre-workout since it does have a lot of sugar in it, which gives you some extra energy. I gave it a 3.5/5 because although it worked great in letting me push more weight, I frequently felt bloated and my muscles looked puffy when taking this. I would probably not buy it again, and spend the money on a better creatine supplement, like NO-XPLODE or TRAC.REVIEW
I am very much into trying different products to see if they meet the manufacturer's claims. I've used creatine since the early days-really worked, graduated to the creatine serum which supposedly was superior. (I found little difference). I then tried Cell-Tech and currently even more expensive products like Satur8 and V12. I can say this: Cell-Tech gave me better results than every last product I've tried (about 7 in all). I stopped using Cell Tech because I was concerned with so much sugar and carbs, but surprisingly, I looked back at some photos I took, and I was my leanest while on Cell Tech (and I don't do a lot of cardio). Well, despite the fact it is overpriced, I am going back to Cell Tech. My bench on Cell-Tech went from 275 lb max to 315 lb max. No bull!BEST on the market!
Muscletech has been at the forefront of sports nutrition for quite some time now. I've been using Cell-Tech on and off for the past 5 years with great results. I usually go through cycles with my workout goals, but this product is a must when I am in my strength/weight building phases. Negative is the price. One 2.2 lb bottle lasts about a week and a half for me.Good stuff
I am very much into trying different products to see if they meet the manufacturer's claims. I've used creatine since the early days-really worked, graduated to the creatine serum which supposedly was superior. (I found little difference). I then tried Cell Tech and currently even more expensive products like Satur8 and V12. I can say this: Cell Tech gave me better results than every last product I've tried (about 7 in all). I stopped using Cell Tech because I was concerned with so much sugar and carbs, but surprisingly, I looked back at some photos I took, and I was my leanest while on Cell Tech (and I don't do a lot of cardio). Well, despite the fact it is overpriced, I am going back to Cell Tech. My bench on cell tech went from 275lb max to 315lb max. No bull!Not worth it
The sugar content in Cell-Tech is extreme. Any serious body builder or person in general knows what a high dose of sugar does when it hits your body. Gives you a quick rush and then turns to fat. Not what you want in a supplement. I could barely down each serving and is something I definitely would not recommend to a friend. Two thumbs down.Works OK
This product is overpriced, but my husband found that it works well in conjunction with protein. Unfortunately, he got dehydrated easily, so by trying to avoid that he began to retain a lot of water weight. The creatine did help him gain strength, but as soon as he took a break in using it, the weight came off. He found, that even with the side effects, it worked very well for a creatine supplement.Nasty stuff
I got the fruit punch flavor and I thought it was awful! It made my stomach hurt, tasted gross, and I didn't even notice a big difference. I would stick with Creatine Ethyl EsterDo not buy.
by John H
When you buy Cell tech products, you pay for the name and advertising. Cell tech is packed with unneccessary ingredients that claim to give you awesome pumps. All the ingredients are available seperately for a fraction of the cost. Do not waste your money on this when you can buy a pure creatine monohydrate and get the same, if not better results. Bloat is significantly increased when I tried this compared to pure creatine.Cell-Tech
by Christy R.
This stuff tastes really unpleasant and is expensive so I was only going to try out one bottle to see if I liked it and whether it was worth the extra money and the unpleasantness. I found out after a few weeks that it really was- it really helps build muscles and muscle definition and I feel like it gave me a little bit more energy in my workouts (of course that could've just been mental because I was pleased with the results I was getting when I take this). I've become accustomed to the taste and I mix it with protein shakes sometimes, so now I don't even mind it; and I think it works well enough that it justifies the extra cost.Overpriced Creatine!
Okay, here's the thing. Cell-Tech does work but it works no better than the regular 100% creatine monohydrate! It taste
terrible, upset my stomach, and is pricey! All your body needs is 3-5g of creatine and it wants you to load up and one serving has 10g?! If you want to experience the benefits of creatine, stick to the simple stuff! Creatine Kool-Aid--oh, no!
by R. Todd Woodstock
The price is horrible in comparison with some extremely solid and less expensive creatine monohydrate products out there. When using this, I was waiting for a cartoon pitcher to blast through my kitchen--Oh, yeah! Don't waste your hard earned money.Garbage
Muscletech has made a lot of money by sponsoring Jay Cutler to promote their products. Cell-tech is loaded with unneccessary sugar. To properly load this creatine you'd need to take 4 scoops of this stuff; 150 grams of sugar. That's insane.
Like other reviewers have said, pick up some creatine monohydrate and use that.
But, if you are stuck with this product I'd take half a scoop post-workout mixed with your protein shake. Insulin spiking at other times of the day will just lead to unwanted fat gain.CellTech
A terrible product. Unnecessarily laden with tons of sugar which is not needed for adequate creatine loading. I would highly advise individuals to steer clear of this "creatine" product. Choose a simple creatine monohydrate, with no added sugar instead. It will be better on your waistline and your wallet.Ehhhh....
I know that a lot of people love Muscletech products, but in my opinion they are over priced mixtures of nutrients you can easily put together yourself for 30% of the cost.
Cell-Tech is a prime example. It tastes wonderful, but what do you expect when every serving is loaded with more carbs than a double-chocolate chip muffin. If you're dieting this product is not for you. If you're bulking I still don't think this product is for you. Get some plain creatine mono or CEE and add it to what you want, when you want, for much less cost- albeit the horrible flavor of CEE powder.
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