Build lean muscle with these Prime Day deals on creatine supplements
Save over 50% on creatine supplements this Prime Day and hit your fitness goals
If you have serious muscle building goals or want to enhance your post-workout recovery, don't miss out on some fantastic creatine supplement deals throughout Amazon Prime Day. Nutricost Creatine Monohydrate Micronized Powder is reduced by a massive 57%, now $34.39 at Amazon, while you can save 25% on Growth Surge Post Workout Muscle Builder, now $29.99 in the Prime Day sale.
Creatine is a non-essential compound found naturally in muscles. It comprises three amino acids: arginine, glycine and methionine. Put simply, it helps our muscles to produce more energy during resistance training or high-intensity exercise.
You can get creatine naturally through foods like red meat and seafood. The rest is produced in your liver and kidneys. However, many people choose to get extra creatine through supplement form to supply extra energy to the muscles – aiding muscle growth and exercise recovery.
But if you've already invested in a gym membership and the best protein powder, adding a creatine supplement to the mix might sound like an expensive feat. Fear not. We've rounded up the best Amazon Prime Day deals on creatine supplements so that you can continue to hit your fitness goals, without breaking the bank.
Plus, Prime Day is a perfect opportunity to bulk buy protein powders, including Garden of Life's Raw Organic Protein Powder, now 46% off at Amazon.
- See all the deals at Amazon US
- See all the deals at Amazon UK
You can take a creatine supplement morning, noon or night. Although, it may work particularly well before a workout because of its performance enhancing abilities. Most creatine powders are unflavored, so you can add them to any liquid or mix them up in the best protein shaker. Some come in tasty flavors like watermelon, which makes a refreshing drink pre or post-workout.
Nutricost Creatine Monohydrate Micronized Powder 500g |
Was $59.95, Now $25.56 at Amazon
Save a massive 57% ($34.39) on this 500g tub of creatine powder from Nutricost. Vegetarian friendly, one serving provides 5g creatine and a tub will last you 100 servings. A scoop is included.
Amazing Formulas Micronized Creatine Monohydrate 1lb |
Was $29.99, Now $23.99 at Amazon
Save 20% ($6.00) on this 1lb tub of creatine powder from Amazing Formulas. Ideal for pre or post-workout, it contains no additives, preservatives or fillers. It's also unflavored and dissolves easily in water, so you can add it to whatever liquid you choose.
Onnit Creatine Monohydrate | Was $19.95, Now $14.96 at Amazon
Looking to try creatine for the first time? This powder comes in a 150g tub (lasting 30 servings) making it an ideal option if you're not ready to commit to a larger supply. It's also vegan-friendly and gluten free, and the brand claims it helps to promote strength and performance.
Growth Surge Post Workout Muscle Builder with Creatine |
Was $39.99, Now $29.99 at Amazon
Save 25% ($10.00) on this post-workout dietary supplement. Coming in delicious watermelon flavor, one serving provides 3g creatine monohydrate, 2.5g betaine anhydrous and 2g L-carnitine and L-tartrate to support lean muscle growth and jumpstart muscle recovery.
Forzagen Creatine Monohydrate Powder Unflavored |
Was $29.99, Now $23.92 at Amazon
Save 20% on this 72 serving unit of creatine monohydrate powder, ideal for consuming pre-workout. One scoop contains 5g of creatine monohydrate, and is to be mixed with 80oz of water.
Amazon Prime Day runs until midnight. We'll be updating this page throughout the event with even more amazing deals on creatine supplements, to help you smash your workout goals for less.
For more, check out our Amazon Prime Day Health Deals for 2022.
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Alice is the health channel editor at Live Science. She also reviews tech and fitness products for our buying guides, from air purifiers to treadmills. She has worked across multiple knowledge and wellness brands at Future, including Fit&Well, Coach, T3, TechRadar and Tom's Guide. Alice holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from City, University of London, where she spent a year studying nutrition, dietetics and public health at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. A self-confessed running fanatic, she's completed six marathons and qualified for the Boston marathon.
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