Creatine is synthesized in the liver and stored in the major muscles; including cardiac and skeletal tissues. Once inside the muscle cells; creatine is phosphorylated to form creatine phosphate (CP); which; as a high energy substrate for the universal energy molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP); assists in the contraction of the myofibrils (muscle fibers).* Creatine Phosphate is utilized to maintain higher levels of ATP during exercise.* Creatine Phosphate maximizes physical performance and reduces exercise fatigue by absorbing hydrogen ions released by muscles in the form of lactic acid.* Intense anaerobic exercise; such as weight lifting and sprinting; depletes ATP and greatly increases the demand for creatine.*Keep out of the reach of children.