There hasn’t been too many creatine supplements that have been designed for the female trainer in mind, however Maxine’s has decided to tackle this issue with one of their latest additions. The new creatine and fat burner supplement will be known as Maxine’s Creatine Burn or simply Maxine’s Creatine.
Maxine’s Creatine Highlights
- Ready to drink and convenient pre workout formula
- Retains most of the key active ingredients of the original C4 such as Beta Alanine, Caffeine and Arginine
- Help support energy, pump and endurance
Maxine’s Creatine Review & Ingredients
As with the other new products in the Maxine’s range, the new Creatine Burn isn’t very complicated when it comes to its formulation. The entire formula consists of:
- Creatines – Creatine Ethyl Ester, Creatine Monohydrate and Creatine Anhydrous
- LipoPhase Matrix - Acetyl L-carnitine, choline, inositol, garcinia, phaseolamin and green tea
Maxine’s Creatine comes in a similar 180g size tub as Maxine’s Recovery Burn. It also contains 30 servings of 6g each.
Maxine’s Creatine Benefits, Pros & Effectiveness
Few companies if any have blended together a creatine supplement with a fat burner. Creatine supplements are mostly found as a standalone supplement or in pre workouts and post workout formulas. The pairing of fat burner and fat metabolising ingredients with the creatine is quite smart and helps you to build lean muscle and support fat loss at the same time. Creatine is undoubtedly an extremely effective and validated supplement that will help you train harder and be more explosive and strong during your workouts. This will further add to the weight loss effects of the other ingredients. The LipoPhase matrix, contains a variety of excellent ingredients which help to boost energy levels, support fat metabolism and also block carbohydrate digestion and absorption. Together, the combination of ingredients is a sure fire way to help you tone and shape up quickly.
Maxine’s Creatine Negatives & Cons
While there aren’t too many negatives for the new Maxine’s Creatine, it is interesting to see why they’ve decided to include 3 different types of creatine. While each of the creatines has their benefits in terms of solubility, simply having creatine monohydrate would have easily sufficed. Other than that, the only other issue would be possible underdosing of the ingredients in the LipoPhase blend. However, if you were taking some other Maxine’s products, this shouldn’t be a huge issue.
Maxine’s Creatine Flavours, Taste & Mixability
Unlike many creatine supplements on the market, Maxine’s Creatine Burn comes in a flavoured version of Cola Rush. However it is also available in a Natural flavoured version which is flavour and sweetener free. Creatine has always been a supplement that’s been harder to mix, but the new Maxine’s supplement actually mixes quite well thanks to the inclusion of the three different types. It’s still a little bit gritty, but nothing you can’t easily handle, especially if you decide to mix it in with your Maxine’s Burn shake or another protein. Overall, it’s an inoffensive supplement that goes with a wide variety of your other supplements.
Maxine’s Creatine Verdict
The new Maxine’s Creatine Burn is an excellent addition to their range. Providing a unique formula of creatine with fat loss ingredients, it is an excellent addition to your stack if you’re looking to gain lean muscle whilst losing fat at the same time. While there are some minor issues with dosing and the inclusion of other creatine sources, these are definitely not enough to mar the effectiveness of the product in general. It’s definitely one of the best new supplements in the Maxine’s range and one to definitely include in your supplement stack.