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Preworkout: Power output Overview:
A stack for supplements that confer some strength or power enhancing properties. Usually these are assessed by jumping or sprinting performance (to a degree where cardiovascular exhaustion is not a concern), practical weight lifting scenarios (squat and bench press) or a leg extension; some instances may use a cycle ergometer with resistance.Be aware that some simple carbohydrate ingestion prior to or during exercise may also boost power output, but this may not require a supplement; a sports drink or candy bar can suffice.
5g of creatine is the lowest dose typically recommended for the purpose of enhancing power output (3g is sometimes recommended, but appears to be sufficient for sedentary persons and may not be sufficient for athletic persons). Higher doses can be used if desired.
Creatine is the most well researched ergogenic for the purpose of power output and is highly recommended for this goal.