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The effects of creatine supplementation on performance and hormonal response in amateur swimmers
Effect Increase
Trial Design doubleblind
Trial Length 1week
Number of Subjects 20
Sex m
Notes for this study:
Creatine loading in amateur athletes improved their swimming performance on a single 50-m sprint (by 4.6% relative to placebo) but failed to improve the 100-m sprint. When all hormones were measured in a rested state, neither growth hormone nor cortisol had changed significantly, but testosterone had increased by at least 15%.

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