• Pure creatine monohydrate
  • Good Mixability
  • Slightly expensive compared to competing creatine monohydrate supplements
9Overall Score

The same internet-famous twins that championed the phrase “All Kinds of Gains” and “snap city,” the HodgeTwins have come out with their own creatine supplement, CreaGains. I wouldn’t have expected anything different in regard to the name.


I got my hands on a bottle of the BlueBerry Lemonade flavor. This is what I think of the twins’ creatine supplement.

What’s Inside CreaGains?

It’s refreshing to see simple, creatine supplements. CreaGains is one of these creatine monohydrate supplements that, due to its 1-ingredient formula, 5 g of Creapure (creatine monohydrate), can be stacked with pre-workouts or taken at really any time of the day.

Creapure is a creatine monohydrate form made in Germany, manufactured by AlzChem AG. Creatine monohydrate is the most studied creatine form. It is supplemented with to enhance ATP and essentially help maximize your muscle growth from resistance exercise.

How Should You Use CreaGains?

As a creatine supplement, CreaGains can essentially be used at any time throughout the day. As the HodgeTwins mention on the official website, “the drink taste so good you can take it when you eating barbecue ribs and buttermilk biscuits.”

Some lifters take creatine immediately post-workout, some take creatine first thing in the morning. However you decide to use CreaGains, just make sure to supplement with it daily, on both workout and non-workout days.

Flavor & Mixability

I take creatine monohydrate daily with my workouts, so I was excited to try out the BlueBerry Lemonade flavor.

I mixed one scoop of CreaGains with 7 oz. of water in a shaker cup. For the most part, CreaGains mixed fairly well. I didn’t notice any extreme settling at the bottom, and it wasn’t really gritty. Overall, CreaGain’s mixability is good.

The flavor was reminiscent of other blueberry flavored supplements that I’ve tried in the past, with an additional “hint” of lemonade flavor. Not a bad flavor. I’m not keen on super strong flavors, however. I should have mixed the scoop with a little more water to make the flavor less powerful. There wasn’t any bitter or weird  aftertaste.

Pricing and Availability

Each bottle of CreaGains provides 40 servings and retails for about $33. Compared to competing creatine monohydrate supplements, the price is slightly expensive, but that is also factoring in the flavor. You can find several unflavored, creatine monohydrate powders for $15-$25.

Overall, CreaGains is a decent creatine monohydrate powder. It provides an effective amount of creatine monohydrate, which is most important.

With how funny and crazy these guys are on YouTube, I didn’t know what to expect with a sports supplement by them. However, these guys know what’s up when it comes to supplementation and making gains. If you’re looking for a flavored creatine, you may want to look into CreaGains.

About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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