CREATINE DOES NOT INCREASE CRAMPING OR INJURY IN FOOTBALL PLAYERS
Greenwood, M., Kreider, R., Greenwood, L. D., & Byers, A. (2000). Effects of creatine supplementation on the incidence of cramping/injury during college football three a day training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32(5), Supplement abstract 561.
Creatine users (N = 38) and non-users (N = 34) were identified in a football team experience three workouts per day. The incidence of cramping or injury was similar between groups.
Implication. Creatine use does not increase cramping or injury in male football players undergoing heavy training.
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