CREATINE DOES NOT INCREASE CRAMPING OR INJURY IN BASEBALL PLAYERS
Greenwood, L. D., Greenwood, M., Freider, R., & Byars, A. (2000). Effects of creatine supplementation on the incidence of cramping/injury during collegiate fall baseball. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32(5), Supplement abstract 560.
This study the effects of 24 days of creatine supplementation on cramping/injury in college baseball players (N = 21). A group of non-users (N = 18) served as controls. The incidence of cramping or injury was not increased through creatine use.
Implication. Creatine use does not increase cramping or injury in male baseball players.
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