Creatine: The Power Supplement

Creatine: The Power Supplement

English | 1999-07 | 251 Pages | ISBN: 073600162X | CHM | 1 MB

Creatine: The Power Supplement is the most comprehensive book available on this popular sports training supplement. As many as 80 percent of the athletes in certain Olympic, professional, and college sports are believed to be creatine users.
This is the first book to provide scientific analysis of creatine supplementation on exercise performance and athlete health and safety.

Experts Melvin Williams, Richard Kreider and David Branch provide a detailed analysis of the history of creatine supplementation, how it affects an athlete's body and performance, and legal and ethical considerations.

This book is your most credible reference on creatine supplementation and its effect on athletic performance-full of authoritative information drawn from the latest research findings.


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