Creatine Supplementation

Creatine Supplementation

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Unformatted text preview: , 3 ×/d for 5d Sedentary elderly men: CR = 7; PL = 7 Trained elderly cyclists: CR = 7; PL = 7 Young sedentary men: CR = 7; PL = 7 ↑ maximal power for CR sedentary groups only Rockwell et al.[48] 2001 CR: 20 g/d for 4d during energy restriction Active training young men: CR = 8; PL = 8 Nonsignificant ↑ for higher total sprint work (energy restriction) Volek et al.[49] 2001 CR: 0.3 g/kg/d for 7d Young men: CR = 10; PL = 10 Significantly better peak power and repeated sprint performances (high temperature and humidity) Deutekom et al.[50] 2000 CR: 5g, 4 ×/d for 6d Well trained rowers: CR = 11; PL = 12 ↔ between groups, peak power, time to peak power and work Vogel et al.[51] 2000 CR: 5g, 4 ×/d for 5d Active young men: CR = 7; PL = 9 ↔ supramaximal cycle performance (hypohydration) Continued next page 111 Sports Med 2005; 35 (2) Ziegenfuss et al.[45] Green et al.[46] ↔ treadmill running Moderately active men: CR = 11; PL = 10 2001 2000 Finn et al.[57] Edwards et al.[58] 2005 Adis Data Information BV. All rights reserved. 1RM = one-repetition maximum; BW = bodyweight; CHO = carbohydrate; con = control; CR = creatine group; FFM = fat-free mass; Gr = group; PL = placebo group; prot = protein; ↓ indicates decrease; ↑ indicates increase; ↔ indicates no difference. ↔ between groups for cycling Eight active young men Active triathletes: CR = 8; PL = 8 CR: 2 × 15g, 1h apart 2002 Preen et al.[56] CR: 20 g/d for 6d ↔ between groups for cycling Highly trained male cyclists: CR = 15; PL = 15 2002 CR: 20 g/d for 20d Significant ↑ total power output Significant improvements for power outputs when rest intervals ≤3 min Young men; isometric contractions CR: 0.3 g/kg/d for 7d 2002 Intermittent endurance cycling/running Yquel et al.[15] CR: 20 g/d for 6d Significant improvements for CR Highly trained cyclists: CR = 7; PL = 7 2000 Rico-Sanz and Marco[54] Cottrell et al.[55] ↔ repeated interval rowing or 2000m row times CR: 20 g/d for 5d ↔ between groups 2001 CR: 20 g/d for 5d 2002 Jones et al.[52] Syrotuik et al.[53]...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2014 for the course BI 231 taught by Professor Richardmay during the Fall '13 term at Southern Oregon.

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