Creatine: The Power Supplement
Human Kinetics, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 251 pages
The subject of numerous studies during the 1990s, creatine is a naturally occurring substance necessary for synthesizing phosphocreatine that is used by the muscles during high-intensity exercise. Supplementation programs significantly increase the body's supply of creatine and phosphocreatine, resulting in the muscles' capacity to quickly re-energize after exertion.
Creatine: The Power Supplement presents a detailed analysis of:
- Scientific literature discussing the effects of creatine supplementation on various forms of exercise, sport performance, and on body mass
Creatine: The Power Supplement is the most comprehensive book available on one of the most popular supplements in sports.
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Other Functions of Creatine
Human Energy and Fatigue
Theoretical Ergolytic Effects
Effects of Supplementation
LaboratoryBased and FieldBased Running Exercise
Performance Studies Including Biochemical Markers
Creatine Supplementation and Body Mass
Medical Uses of Creatine and Phosphocreatine