Effect of oral creatine supplementation on muscle [PCr] and short-term maximum power output.

@article{Odland1997EffectOO,
  title={Effect of oral creatine supplementation on muscle [PCr] and short-term maximum power output.},
  author={L Maureen Odland and John D. MacDougall and Mark A Tarnopolsky and A Elorriaga and Anja Borgmann},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1997},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={216-9}
}
Our purpose was to determine the effect of creatine supplementation on power output during a 30-s maximal cycling (Wingate) test. Nine males underwent 3 randomly ordered tests following ingestion of a creatine supplementation (CRE), placebo (PLA), and control (CON) CRE was ingested as creatine monohydrate (CrH2O) dissolved in a flavored drink (20g.d-1 for 3 d), while PLA consisted of the drink only. Tests were performed 14 d apart on a Monarch ergometer modified for immediate resistance loading… CONTINUE READING

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