Muscle Advance Creatine Review

By December 19, 2011 80

Muscle Advance Creatine
Reviewed By:
Rob Miller
5.0 OUT OF 5.0
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Every bodybuilder knows that if you are looking to build size, you need to take creatine.  It is without a doubt the most important substance you can use to help build mass, increase size, and get stronger, period.  But, with so many creatine products on the market, how do you know which one is the right one?  Well, we have personally used several dozen different types of creatines, and we believe that Muscle Advance Creatine is one of the most pure and effective creatines on the market.  Our results with Muscle Advance Creatine were better than average, and we want to show you why this is the best creatine supplement on the market.

How Much Creatine Do I Need?

Many companies that create creatine products will tell you that you need a ridiculous amount of creatine in your diet to make a difference, but the simple fact is THIS IS FALSE.  Every guy has a certain amount of creatine that is right for him, and using too much of it can actually have the OPPOSITE EFFECT!

Take Creapure for instance, it has over 6000 mg of creatine in it.  The human body can only process so much of it at one time, so taking 6,000 mg, or even 10,000 mg, won’t do much help.

Why is Muscle Advance Creatine So Good?

Most guys are sceptical that creatine pill may work so good, but the bottom line is that Muscle Advanced Creatine is one of the most powerful creatine supplements on the market for many reasons.  The main reason behind this is the fact that it simply contains the highest quality creatine on the market. It does not contain any other synthetic chemicals, harmful by products, or any stimulants.  Muscle Advance is just pure, simple, creatine.  The added Benefits are:

  • No Hauling Around Giant Containers of Creatine
  • No Mixing with some nasty juice
  • Very portable, throw in your gym bag or car and go

Another great thing about Muscle Advance Creatine is that it is one of the only one of its kind that is formulated in capsule form.  The truth is, it really doesn’t matter whether or not you take creatine in a capsule or powder form, you will still see the same results.  What makes the difference for me, though, is the fact that I can take it anywhere with me, instead of lugging around a huge tub of creatine.

Finally, after trying out several different types of creatine products, we found that this one was the best one in terms of results.

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My Results With Muscle Advance Creatine

I was looking to gain about 20 pounds of solid muscle, and received a 6 month supply of Muscle Advance.  Not only did it give me extreme amounts of energy for the gym, but it also helped to increase my lean muscle mass and fat burning capability.  Starting off, I only weighed in at around 165 pounds, which for me was way too low being 6 ft tall.

I decided that the best thing for me was to “load up” for about 5 days, and then do a 3 week maintenance phase.  During the load up phase, I took 3 capsules of Muscle Advance Creatine 4 times a day, then during the maintenance phase I took 3 tablets a day.  It really doesn’t matter whether you load up or not, you will just see faster results this way.

After using Muscle Advance Creatine for about 6 months, I gained 30 pounds of almost complete lean muscle mass, which was phenomenal!  Of course, I had to combine it with a heavy eating regiment, cut out crap foods, and did very little cardio.  I was surprised to see that the majority of my weight was not actually water weight, and I could tell this because the amount I was lifting went up significantly.

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Since it takes a while for creatine to really kick in, I recommend that you get at least a 6 months supply of Muscle Advance Creatine to get the best results.  The currently have a special running, where you can buy 3 bottles and get 3 free.  It comes out to about $150 total, but the results you will get from it will be well worth the price.

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  1. Juan February 27, 2014 at 3:24 am - Reply

    Hi Rob,

    It is such a relief to finally get some real world feedback and guidance from a professional like yourself. I am 5’7 185lbs on a 4 day weight lifting regiman and am currently not taking any supplements. I am looking to continue building muscle and finally seeing through to getting a six pack. I want to know if you would recommend Advanced Muscle Creatine and if you have any other suggestions…Thank you in advance.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 28, 2014 at 2:59 am - Reply

      Hey Juan,
      Yeah, for building muscle there’s nothing better than Muscle Advance Creatine. You’ll want to stack it with Nitrocut. It’ll help you get that ripped look you’re after. And speaking of ripped, you should also download my free ebook full of diet and exercise tips that can help you get where you want to go.


  2. Kevin rocker February 22, 2014 at 4:40 am - Reply

    Hey I’m 18 and looking to build muscle. I’m around 125 and very skinny. I want to be able to build muscle in about 6 months what can you recommend?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 23, 2014 at 1:22 am - Reply

      Hey Kevin,
      In your case, go with Creatine from Muscle Advance and protein. I like 100% Whey Gold Standard from Optimum Nutrition. You’ll also want to make sure you eat a lot – 6 times a day or more. Eat plenty of complex carbs in the morning and about 1.5 grams of protein for every pound of your body weight. Keep your cardio low and your lifting heavy. Download my free “get ripped” ebook too. You’ll find tons of tips on diet and exercise.


  3. Luke February 15, 2014 at 3:06 pm - Reply

    Hey there I’m 95kg and 22 years old I’m currently on amino and creatine but I wanna c bigger results. I combine this with a proper diet but I would still like a lot more muscle gain what u recommend please ?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 16, 2014 at 2:58 am - Reply

      Hey Luke,
      Add in Nitrocut for pre-workout. Other than that, I’d say eat more and lift heavier. If you download my free “get ripped” ebook, you’ll find tons of great tips on how to reach your goals. And feel free to share it with friends!


  4. Enoch February 10, 2014 at 6:44 am - Reply

    Hi Rob,

    Can you send me the “get ripped” e-book?

    Also, my workout is doing MMA so things like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai. I was wondering if taking this product would help gain mass if I don’t lift? Al

    Another question is that I just wanna try their free 1 bottle offer as showed in their website but am not sure if they’ll end up charging me or switching me to a membership without knowing?


    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 11, 2014 at 5:04 am - Reply

      Hey Enoch,
      I sent you out a copy of the ebook. Check your email inbox when you get a chance. Creatine will only build muscle if you lift. With your type of workouts, you may be better off with a pre-workout like Nitrocut.


  5. matt February 5, 2014 at 5:35 pm - Reply

    Can I take Muscle Advance Creation and Hypergh 14x on pump up workout video?

  6. Mike February 3, 2014 at 11:19 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob,

    I’m 27, 5ft. 8, and currently weigh about 172 lbs. After about a six year hiatus, I started working out again over the past two weeks with the initial goal of losing body fat and toning up; particularly in the stomach region. For the past week I’ve been stacking Phen 375 and Nitrocut and plan to continue doing so for at least a full month, at which point I’d like to start adding lean muscle mass. So in a month I’m planning to stop using Phen 375 and replace it with either Muscle Advance Creatine and/or HyperGH14X; I still plan on taking Nitrocut. For my goals, do you recommend one over the other, that I take both, or that I take entirely different supplement(s)? Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 4, 2014 at 12:39 am - Reply

      Hey Mike,
      For gaining lean muscle mass, nothing beats Muscle Advance Creatine, so your plan to add it when you drop the Phen375 is the right thing to do. Stacking in HyperGH 14X would probably be an additional help, but certainly not required. The biggest benefit from HyperGH 14X in terms of muscle is leaning you down, so it will help you look better and leaner, but not necessarily more bulked up. Also, you should check out my free “get ripped” ebook for tons of workout and meal ideas.


  7. juan c January 31, 2014 at 7:07 am - Reply

    Hey rob I was thinking of taking the creatine with either hypergh or nitrocut should I take the three of them. Trying to gain some weight hopefully lean muscle im 29 6 feet and around 160. And how would you recommend to take them any help would be appreciated. Btw good job on the ebook its awesome

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 1, 2014 at 2:52 am - Reply

      Hey Juan,

      There’s no problem with stacking all three together. Your stats and goals are similar to mine when I first tried Muscle Advance Creatine, so you could use the same dosing schedule I did. I took 3 capsules 4 times a day for about 5 days. Then I moved to the maintenance phase for 3 weeks. I took one week off per month and and kept using it for 6 months. In the end, I’d gained 30 pounds of muscle. Take Nitrocut 2-4 capsules before breakfast and 2-4 capsules before workouts. As for the HyperGH 14X, it comes in pills and spray. Take two doses of each per day, one in the morning and one at night. The doses would be 2 capsules and 3-6 sprays.

      These are the recommended doses. I would start with the low end of the recommendation, see how your body responds, and adjust from there.

      Glad you liked the book. Be sure to like us on Facebook and tell your friend!


  8. Steven January 4, 2014 at 5:40 am - Reply

    Hey Rob! In the past 4 months Iv lost about 60 lbs thanks to discovering the Atkins Diet, but it feels like im stuck and don’t really have the expert knowledge like yourself to keep me moving forward in the fastest and healthiest way possible. I originally was overweight, and still am. Im 20 years old, 6′ft tall and now weights 230 lbs. I run daily (about 5.5km) and still want to lose weight and gain muscle. I am currently using a protein shake daily because I noticed it gives me more energy when running. Unfortunately I live in a small town without a gym and have limited fitness equipment besides my treadmill and workout bench. Can you tell me exactly what I should be taking to lose weight and gain muscle in the fastest and healthiest way possible, also keeping in mind I like to use free body workouts like sit ups and push ups. Thanks Rob!

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller January 5, 2014 at 3:15 am - Reply

      Hey Steven,
      Congratulations on your success so far! Great job! Purely for weight loss, Phen375 is the best. The fat burning and appetite suppression can’t be beat. You should also add a pre-workout supplement for before you run and/or work out on your bench. Go with Nitrocut. It gets more oxygen and nutrients to your muscles so you get the most bang for your buck, and there are no stimulants to get you jumpy or jittery.

      Again, great job and keep up the great work!


  9. WILLIE BUEN December 30, 2013 at 9:00 pm - Reply

    i actually look good with hyperGH 14x I become noticable in the Gym with increadible strength as promise by the supplements, until we hit the busy season at my work (FedEx) I didnt have time to go to the gym and i lose weight a lot. I want to go back to bulking up would you recommend nitrocut and advance creatine?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller December 31, 2013 at 4:12 am - Reply

      Hey Willie,
      Definitely go with the Nitrocut/Muscle Advance Creating stack. Also, if you haven’t already, sign up for my free “getting ripped” ebook for all sorts of meal plans and workout routines.


  10. Dwayne December 24, 2013 at 3:40 am - Reply

    Hey Rob,
    Love your site!! Just found it. I need a suggestion please, I am looking to get back in the grind of working out again. I am 35, 6’2″, 220 lbs. Belly fat, lower back, love handles. Looking to loose the fat and build mass. Thinking either Muscle Advance Creatine with Phen375, or Phen375 with Nitrocut? or something totally different? Thanks!

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller December 24, 2013 at 3:16 pm - Reply

      Hey Dwayne,
      Glad you like the site! Def DO NOT take creatine, it will only leave you feeling bloated because it’s mainly used for bulking up. I would say in your case a stack of Nitrocut and Phen375 would do the trick. Also, you’ll need to lift heavy and perform High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), sign up for my free ebook here for great workout and diet tips!


      • Dwayne December 24, 2013 at 7:56 pm - Reply

        Thanks a ton Rob!!! Glad I made my way over to this site!! Thanks for the book as well! Will definatly be frequenting this site.

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller December 25, 2013 at 12:41 am - Reply

          Glad to hear it Dwayne. Good luck and keep me me updated with your progress!


  11. Ryan December 14, 2013 at 2:17 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob, im 5’9″ 135lbs, 16 yrs old, i workout 3 times a week. Im looking to loose the last layer of fat on my stomach, as well as bulk on some good muscle.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller December 15, 2013 at 1:28 am - Reply

      Hey Ryan,
      At your age, I wouldn’t recommend you take any supplements. They are generally geared to adults 18 and over. With the right diet and workout routine, you should be able to reach your goals. Download my free “get ripped” ebook for some great ideas along those lines.


  12. Dave December 3, 2013 at 11:32 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob, I’m 34 6’1 185lbs and am looking into trying supplements for the first time. I’ve been athletic all my life and have never really taken working out all too seriously just because my body was naturally toned and had a high metabolism. But since I hit my thirties I’ve slowly began to lose my physique and my six pack has turned into a small keg. After working all day it’s hard to find that energy to pick up the weights and workout. I’ve found a workout routine to try but I need the energy to start it and stick with it. I’d like to get stronger and build muscle mass but not in a bulky way. What do I do?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller December 4, 2013 at 2:55 am - Reply

      Hey Dave,

      Yep, it happens. Go with a Nitrocut/HyperGH 14X stack. Nitrocut is a preworkout that gives you energy and endurance without speedy stimulants to mess with your system. HyperGH 14X is an HGH releaser that helps you out in a bunch of ways like endurance, energy, better sleep, easier fat loss, and increased lean muscle mass. Between the two, you’ll get everything you’re looking for.


  13. Sergio Sanmarti November 3, 2013 at 2:14 am - Reply

    Hey man i started working out 2 two years ago weighting 130 now I weight 156 I’m 5’11 20 years old got a really fast Metabolism an I’m trying to get big my goal is to weight 165 or 170 in few months…. Do u have recommendation to get my results???

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller November 4, 2013 at 1:23 am - Reply

      Hey Sergio,
      You should download my free “get ripped” ebook. It’s got meal plan and workout ideas that can help you out. Do less cardio, lift heavier, and eat more real food – mainly carbs and protein. As for supplements, Muscle Advance Creatine will help. And so will adding a protein shake to your routine. Go with Optimum Nutrition’s 100% Whey Gold Standard. It tastes great!


  14. Ben October 2, 2013 at 3:49 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob,

    first off thanks for all the information on all the supplements on your site. It is very helpful and informative.

    This review is from 12/11, do you still say this is the best Creatine on the market? I haven’t looked for the ingredients for it yet but does it have the sugar in it that is needed for proper absorption?

    I just did a diet to lean out and want to start a building phase. I’m 6’2″ 185 i currently eat 190-210 grams of protein and 100-120 grams of fats. i am going to increase my protein to 270-360 grams to increase size, do you think this is the right creatine for me?


    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller October 3, 2013 at 1:43 am - Reply

      Hey Ben,
      Thanks, and glad to help. I still haven’t found a better creatine supplement than Muscle Advance. Bottom line for me is that it works, and it’s so much more convenient than a powder. About needing to take sugar with creaine, that theory has pretty much been debunked at this point, so I wouldn’t worry about it.


  15. Nick September 29, 2013 at 2:31 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob, i was wondering what would be your recommendation if is should really start taking these capsules, im 16 turning 17 and been heading to the gym, i haven’t been taking any pre-workout nutrients, just eating 6-8 meals around a day, to get my calories, and drinking lots of water… is it really worth it to get these pills?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller October 1, 2013 at 1:39 am - Reply

      Hey Nick,
      These supplements all come with cautions that they are for adults 18 and over. I’d recommend you wait a couple years.


  16. Clark Colosimo September 26, 2013 at 1:36 am - Reply

    Rob, I’m trying to lose belly fat and get toned, but not bulky. I’ve decided that Phen375 would be appropriate but not sure what else to take to enhance my workout to get toned/ripped. I don’t want to get to bulky so I don’t think I should take the advanced creatine. Is there any other supplements you would recommend other than the Phen375. I”m 6’3 about 190 too.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller September 26, 2013 at 3:05 am - Reply

      Hey Clark,
      What you’re looking for is a great pre-workout supplement. Go with NitroCut. It’s improves your workout results without stimulants. It’s also great for stacking with Phen375.


  17. Dayne September 17, 2013 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob
    I’ve been doing some looking around and need some advice. I’m a little over 6 foot and weigh 170. I want to put on some weight and gain more mass. I’m in shape and have decent definition but would like to get bigger and more definition. What do you think I should get??

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller September 18, 2013 at 1:11 am - Reply

      Hey Dayne,
      I’d say you’re on the right track looking at Muscle Advance Creatine. That’s what I use to put on muscle. On top of that, add some extra calories to your diet, mainly protein and carbs. Try 500 extra calories a day, and adjust it up or down if you need to.


      • Dayne September 18, 2013 at 11:42 am - Reply

        Do you suggest anything other than the creatine?? Maybe some protein or a pre workout?? My buddies take testosterone boosters but wasn’t sure about that.

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller September 19, 2013 at 2:53 am - Reply

          Hey Dayne,
          Yeah. You should definitely try Gold Standard Whey Protein. And a pre-workout is almost always a good idea. Try NitroCut. It gets you pumped and going without CNS stimulants. Testosterone boosters help a lot if you have a deficit, but not so much if you’re young and have lots of T anyway.


      • Dayne September 18, 2013 at 11:37 pm - Reply

        I was thinking this creatine then possibly nitrocut stacked with hypergh 14x
        Do you suggest any protein or would the creatine be enough

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller September 21, 2013 at 1:09 pm - Reply

          Hey Dayne,
          That’s actually a good idea, and yes you need to add protein to that mix. I recommend a product called Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Whey, tastes great!


  18. Kyle September 8, 2013 at 1:27 am - Reply

    Hey Rob,

    I’m 6’2 and very underweight for my height at 140 lbs. I have tried weight gainer products, but they do not help me because I never seem to want to eat my regular meals when taking them. What relatively inexpensive products would you recommend to help me build muscle and gain weight at a fast pace?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller September 9, 2013 at 1:33 am - Reply

      Hey Kyle,
      I have a couple of recommendations for you. You obviously have a very fast metabolism, so if you want to gain weight, you have to eat more and use less energy. Weight gainers can only help if they mean that by the end of each day, you’ve consumed more calories than you put out. If those products aren’t working for you, try adding calories by eating more real food. Add 500 calories to your daily intake in the first week. In the second week, add another 500 calories to your daily intake. Keep going on like that until you find an amount where you’re putting on weight. Also, limit your cardio. Your workouts should consist of mainly heavy lifting. As for supplements, try Muscle Advance Creatine to help build up muscle.


  19. Carter September 6, 2013 at 10:30 pm - Reply

    I’m 6’4 around 175 and am trying to get to the 190-200 range. Would these 2 products help with that or is there something else I should be using? Should I take both and load up on one/both or what?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller September 7, 2013 at 2:17 am - Reply

      Hey Carter,

      I’m not sure which two products you mean. It looks like one is Muscle Advance Creatine, and yes, you should definitely go with that. Start with a load up phase for about week to get things going. For a second in the stack, add HyperGH 14X to help make sure it’s all muscle you’re gaining. And if you haven’t already, sign up for my free “get ripped” ebook. It’s got tons of diet and workout tips to help.


      • Carter September 7, 2013 at 2:25 am - Reply

        My bad. The other one I was wondering about was nitrocut? But if the Hyper is better then I’ll go with that. Thanks.

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller September 7, 2013 at 11:49 pm - Reply

          Hey Carter,
          No problem. You could go with NitroCut instead if you want. You would benefit from a pre workout supplement. The reason I mentioned HyperGH 14X is because it really helped me with my definition. I found it best to cycle the HyperGH 14x, so alternating it with Nitrocut would get you great results.


  20. christian September 6, 2013 at 5:55 am - Reply

    hey Rob, Im 5”5 ft tall and weight 150lbs ive been trying to bulk up to 180 and then cut down but ive been stuck I used to weight 120 and went up to 145lbs in 3 months with a weight gainer and a monohydrate creatine but after a few months ive been stuck on 150lbs i stopped working out for a few months and want to get back on track. What do you recommend for me as in supplements to take to bulk up but with mostly muscle instead of fat like some gainers tend to do?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller September 7, 2013 at 1:55 am - Reply

      Hey Christian,
      Given your build and your goals, you should go with a stack of Muscle Advance Creatine and HyperGH 14x. The creatine will help build you up, and the HyperGH 14x will ensure that it’s muscle you’re building. Also, check out my free “get ripped” ebook for workout and diet tips.


      • Christian September 9, 2013 at 3:52 am - Reply

        hey Rob,
        thanks for the advice and I will look in to your get rip book but I am concerned about taking hypergh 14x only reason why is because of my age im 18yrs old.Will this supplement affect me in a good way and will it have any bad side effects?

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller September 10, 2013 at 2:02 am - Reply

          Hey Christian,
          HGH supplements like HyperGH 14X work better for older adults. That’s because the older you get, the more HGH you lose. You’ll still benefit, but not as dramatically as someone older. There are no known problems or side effects, though, based on your age.


  21. Jay August 18, 2013 at 8:25 am - Reply

    Hey Rob I’m 5’9″ and weight about 190lbs. I used to be very active in the gym 5 days a week and got toned but never really saw the 6 pack I wanted or the big arms or pecks I was looking for. I’m looking about getting into working out again and almost fell for the Optimal Stack/Muscle factor X combo. I still have a good tone but want to lose the belly and put on some muscle. What would you recomend?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller August 19, 2013 at 1:39 am - Reply

      Hey Jay,
      If you want to get big, definitely go with Muscle Advance Creatine. It’s the most convenient and effective form of creatine I’ve used. For the belly, try Phen375. The 1,3-Dimethypentylamine Hydrochloride is thought of as a legal Ephedra replacement. It boosts energy and metabolism so you can lose the weight fast. Also check out my free “get ripped” ebook, full of workouts and meal plans to help you get to where you want to be.


  22. jay jay August 17, 2013 at 10:03 pm - Reply

    Hey rob,

    I just ordered a 6 month supply but I made a mistake. I forgot put the appt# on the order form. I tried looking on the website to update the shipping address but cant find it. Can you guide/help me with this ?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller August 18, 2013 at 1:11 am - Reply

      Hey Jay Jay,
      Give them a call as soon as you can so they can put in the apartment number. I found the phone number on the contact page of their website. It’s 1 (818) 303-9260.


  23. alex August 16, 2013 at 6:19 pm - Reply

    i weigh 200 lbs and i am 5’9 i haven’t taken any supplements but i would like to loose at least 25 lbs and get ripped but not too bulky….i work out 5 times a week… which supplements would you recommend for me? in what doses?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller August 17, 2013 at 1:00 am - Reply

      Hey Alex,
      In your case, I would recommend a stack of Phen375 and Nitrocut. The Phen375 will get your weight loss started off on the right foot with fat burning and appetite suppression. The Nitrocut will take your workouts to a higher level. You’ll be more motivated and get more out of them. After a month or two or losing weight, you may want to switch out the Phen375 for something else, maybe HyperGH 14X. Come back to visit then and we’ll talk about it.


      • alex August 18, 2013 at 12:59 am - Reply

        Thannks… on what doses should i take the supplements u recommended?…

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller August 18, 2013 at 1:28 am - Reply

          Hey Alex,
          If you’re going to use the stack, use them as follows. Take 1 Phen375 before breakfast and another 1 before lunch. Take the NitroCut about half an hour before working out. The label says the correct dose is 2-4 capsules. I’d start with 2 at first to see how it affects you. You can always increase it as you feel you need to.


  24. Ryan August 14, 2013 at 4:07 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob. Awesome website you got here. I’m glad I found it. I’m 5’9″ and 145. I workout 4 times a week. After browsing this website for sometime I found that you’ve recommended Phen375 and Nitrocut to some people. I’m not trying to get really bulky but looking for supplements to get me a lean muscle. Would those two be enough? Also it’s my first time buying any workout supplements.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller August 15, 2013 at 12:57 am - Reply

      Hey Ryan,
      Thanks and you’re right! Phen375 and NitroCut are exactly what I would recommend for you if you want to lose weight without necessarily bulking up. The PHen375 will burn fat and suppress your appetite, and the Nitrocut will help you get the most from your workouts, whether it’s lifting or cardio. I’d also suggest you pick up a copy of my free “get ripped” ebook for some meal and workout ideas.


  25. Kevin July 29, 2013 at 2:20 pm - Reply

    Hi Rob,

    This might seem like a dumb question but I just received my Muscle Advance Creatine in mail so want to know before start using improperly. Should I take the pills on the days I don’t work out as well? And does it matter the time of day I work out (as I usually go late night)? And how do you space out taking your pills throughout day (morn, afternoon, night)? Thanks.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller July 30, 2013 at 3:01 pm - Reply

      Hey Kevin,
      That’s a great question, and I’m glad you asked now before jumping right into the product. So, the best way to take creatine involves 2 phases, the “loading” phase and the “maintenance” phase. During the loading phase, you should be taking 6 tablets of muscle advance (about 9 grams) for 2 weeks. During the maintenance phase, you should take 1 serving which is 3 tablets (4.5 grams). If you eat alot of red meat you should cut these doses in half. The best time to take it is right after your workout, let me know if you have any other questions.


      p.s. you can take Nitrocut at the same time as creatine, but yeah start on the creatine right away.

  26. Allen July 28, 2013 at 10:47 pm - Reply

    Looking to get more “ripped”. 5’8″ 160, athletic, ive always had a 6 pack but I could drop 8 lbs to get the “ripped” look so I bought nitrocut and the muscle advance creatine. Do I take them both at the same time or how do I go about it? Anything would help thanks.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller July 29, 2013 at 1:06 pm - Reply

      Hey Allen,
      Yes, it would be beneficial for you to take both at the same time. The best way to take them would be to cycle them on a 5 week on, 1 week off basis.


  27. khalil July 17, 2013 at 2:40 pm - Reply

    rob im am thinking about taking optimal stack,creatine and phen 375 to build muscle and cut…what do you recommend or know about optimal stack.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller July 18, 2013 at 1:10 pm - Reply

      Hey Khalil,
      I would avoid the optimal stack because of the free trial, and recommend Nitrocut in it’s place. As far as creatine, check out a supplement called Muscle Advance Creatine, it’s the best Ive used so far.


      • khalil July 21, 2013 at 3:13 pm - Reply

        rob should I try a weight gainer with this or just use these two products…im 45 and got a little flabby…so I want a bit of mass too…im squared away on the phen and nitro…will any of this counter act a weight gainer.

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller July 22, 2013 at 11:08 am - Reply

          Yeah I think you’ll be fine with just the phen and nitrocut, no need to take a weight gainer.


  28. Oscar July 15, 2013 at 7:06 am - Reply

    Hey,Rob is it safe to take Nitrocut and Muscle Advance Creatine together I weigh about 175lbs and trying to reach about 190lbs solid muscle.But right now im trying nitrocut with whey protein its been about a month now and it looks like im getting fatter not solid.whats your opinion and what would you use whey protein with nitrocut or creatine and how long..

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller July 15, 2013 at 1:42 pm - Reply

      Hey Oscar,
      I think you need to use a fat burner, like Phen375, instead of a creatine product. Creatine retains water weight, so you will just look bigger and not get the results you are looking for. Also, are you doing anything as far as diet?


      • Oscar July 15, 2013 at 5:46 pm - Reply

        No diet I just tried to bulk up but it looks a lil fat.Maybe im wrong and should continue taking it alil longer.

        • Rob Miller
          Rob Miller July 16, 2013 at 1:03 pm - Reply

          Well, the best way to do it is to bulk up first, then cut down. It’s tough to do both at the same time, but of course possible. Cut down on the protein, and I would actually not recommend Muscle Advance in your case. Go with the Phen375, that will get you better results.


          • Oscar July 16, 2013 at 6:40 pm -

            Thanks again Rob,

  29. Damien July 13, 2013 at 8:30 am - Reply

    Hi Rob,

    What do you think about this creatine product?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller July 13, 2013 at 3:15 pm - Reply

      Hey Damien,
      Reviews look good, the only downside that I could see was the capsules are quite large so it may be difficult to swallow.


  30. beamo scrilla July 13, 2013 at 4:28 am - Reply

    Is creatine good for endurance athletes? I took creatine in 1996, but haven’t tried it since. That was when I was lifting. Now I am more focused on runnung and cycling.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller July 13, 2013 at 3:11 pm - Reply

      Hey Beamo,
      Yes, there has been some research that suggests creatine is useful for speeding up recovery for endurance athletes. HOWEVER, you should limit the amount of creatine your ingesting, down to about 5 grams per day.


  31. george June 27, 2013 at 4:13 am - Reply

    I was told Creatine is water weight so once you stop taking it don’t you loss all that mass?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller June 27, 2013 at 1:14 pm - Reply

      Myth, sort of. Creatine does indeed add water weight, as much as 3 pounds in the first few days after taking it. This gives your muscles the appearance that they are bigger, BUT, once you stop taking it you lose the water weight BUT retain the muscle you have gained.


  32. Matija April 3, 2012 at 5:14 pm - Reply


  33. Rob Miller
    Rob Miller July 30, 2013 at 2:47 pm - Reply

    Hey Haider,
    No, the use of creatine has been studied for decades now, and there is no conclusive evidence that it has any side effects. Does that mean there is no possibility whatsoever? Of course not, there is a potential for side effects in ingesting anything in your body, but the chances are very, very low.

    I think you could definitely benefit from taking Muscle Advance, and for even better results I would suggest stacking it with a pre-workout booster like Nitrocut.


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