Creatine is found in small amounts in animal foods and is also produced in the liver and kidneys. From there, most of it is stored in the muscle. It is a key component of the ATP-Creatine Phosphate energy pathway. This is the highest contributing pathway for short-duration, high-power movements such as sprinting and resistance training.
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