Studies related to Growth Hormone and Creatine

The effects of creatine supplementation on performance and hormonal response in amateur swimmers
Effect None
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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