Creatine Supplementation

The most commonly used method of isoinertial strength

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Unformatted text preview: resistance training. The most commonly used method of isoinertial strength assessment is the one-repetition maximum (1RM) testing. The supine bench press and incline leg press are the most commonly cited tests within the Cr literature. Rossouw et al.[34] investigated the acute effects of Cr loading on lifting performance. Thirteen subjects were randomly assigned to receive either Cr (n = 8; Sports Med 2005; 35 (2) 110 2005 Adis Data Information BV. All rights reserved. Table I. Creatine supplementation and exercise and sport performance summary Study Year Dosage Population Findings Isotonic/dynamic peak force Wilder et al.[26,27] 2001, 2002 CR loading: Gr1: 3 g/d Gr2: 7 g/d for 7d Maintenance: 5 g/d for 12wk Collegiate football players: Gr1 = 8; Gr2 = 8; Gr3 = 9 (PL); resistance training ↔ between groups Bemben et al.[28] 2001 CR loading: 20 g/d for 5d Maintenance: 5 g/d for 8wk Collegiate redshirt football players: CR = 9; PL = 8; con = 8; resistance training ↑ 1RM Chrusch et al.[29] 2001 CR loading: 0.3 g/kg BW for 5d Maintenance: 0.07 g/kg BW for 11wk 30 older men: CR = 16; PL = 14; resistance training ↑ 1RM Tarnopolsky et al.[30] 2001 Gr1: 10g CR + 75g CHO Gr2: 10g prot + 75g CHO for 8wk Untrained males: Gr1 = 11; Gr2 = 8; resistance training ↔ between groups Becque et al.[31] 2000 CR loading: 5g, 4 ×/d for 5d Maintenance: 2 g/d for 5wk Weight-trained males: CR = 10; PL = 13 ↑ strength 1RM and muscle hypertrophy Brenner et al.[32] 2000 CR loading: 20 g/d for 7d Maintenance: 2 g/d for 5wk Female collegiate lacrosse: CR = 7; PL = 9; resistance training ↑ 1RM Larson-Meyer et al.[33] 2000 CR loading: 7.5g 2 ×/d for 5d Maintenance: 5 g/d for 12wk Female collegiate soccer: CR = 7; PL = 7; resistance training ↑ 1RM Rossouw et al.[34] 2000 CR loading: 9g 3 ×/d for 5d Trained power lifters: CR = 8; PL = 5 ↑ 1RM Syrotuik et al.[35] 2000 Gr1: 0.3 g/kg for 5d Maintenance: PL 32d Gr2: 0.3 g/kg for 5d Maintenance: 0.03 g/kg for 32d Gr3: PL for 32d Recreationally active men and women: Gr1 = 7; Gr2 = 7; Gr3 = 7; resistance training ↔ between groups Stevenson and Dudley[36] 2001 CR loading: 20 g/d for 7d Maintenance: 5 g/d for 8wk Male and female college students: CR = 12; PL = 6; resistance training ↑ peak torque Chrusch et al.[2...
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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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