I told you all on Facebook last week that I started taking MRI’s CE2 HI-DEF, but wanted to wait a week until I wrote my first review about it. Well, it’s been a week and I’m ready to tell you all about what I have experienced so far since using it. So, here is my CE2 HI-DEF Review..
For those of you that don’t know, CE2 is creatine ethyl ester, or CEE. CEE is a newer form of creatine that is said to have the benefits of creatine monohydrate, but without the water retention or bloating. I used to use creatine monohydrate in the past, back when I was playing college baseball, but always put on a lot of water weight and never could get that ripped look I was going for, no matter what I tried. I even tried it while doing P90X about 7 months ago and had the same effects. It made me put on quite a bit of water weight, so I stopped using it. I’ve heard about a few other people using CEE and getting great results, so I decided to try it out for myself.
Like I said, I started using MRI’s CE2 about a week ago. They are in pill form, and are friggen huge! They look like horse pills. Anyways, you’re supposed to take 4 per day, 2 in the morning and 2 about an hour before the workout. They actually taste pretty good because they are coated with a raspberry flavor. The first day I started taking them I noticed a slight difference in the reps, but nothing too drastic. I also got a little nauseated, but it was odd because it was just a slight nausea, just enough to make me notice it. The next day was the exact same, and again, I noticed just a slight increase in reps. On the third day, Melinda noticed that my arms and chest were looking a little bigger, and this is from the creatine bringing water into my muscle cells. During the workout that day, I noticed that both my reps and endurance increased, so the creatine was working. So far I’m having great results using it!
That’s my one week CE2 HI-DEF review, and will probably write another review in a few weeks. In addition to the CE2, I’m also using Superpump 250, Shakeology, and the Recovery Formula, which is very important to take post-workout. Check out my P90X Recovery Drink Review!