Creatine: Annotated Bibliography

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Antonio, Jose. "See Muscle. See Muscle Grow." Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness 71.2 (2010): 178-184. Consumer Health Complete - EBSCOhost. Web. 5 Oct. 2015.This article explains in detail the concept of creatine, what it does as to how people should ingest it. A brief history is also given on creatine, Introduced to the markets in the 1990’s, creatine has an affect on the user, both from physical standpoint as well as a performance view. Although, there are many who believe the supplement provides a disadvantage in the playing field,creatine continues to be safe and efficient as concluded by multiple sources. Another interesting fact is that creatine can also aid in memory function as this article refers to. This article is well-written and…show more content…
"Creatine: For Young and Old." Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness 06 2002: 42. ProQuest. Web. 28 Sep. 2015. According to the article creatine has been shown to improve lean tissue mass. This study was performed to specifically target men over the age of 75. the results displayed that the creatine supplementation aided their muscle mass. Although, the tests that were performed were specifically guided towards an older population, creatine is mostly consumed by young adults.Creatine has a recurring conclusion in most articles suggesting not only on its safety but also its effectiveness on all age groups. This article demonstrated a formal tone appropriate for college level students. Prevost, Michael C., Arnold G. Nelson, and G. S. Morris. "Creatine Supplementation Enhances Intermittent Work Performance." Research quarterly for exercise and sport 68.3 (1997): 233-40. ProQuest. Web. 28 Sep. 2015. In this article, conducted tests were performed on individuals to decipher whether the effects (if any) of creatine supplementation would enhance the athlete's ability during high-intensity exercise. The results concluded that supplementation improves the trainee's capacity to maintain endurance. The article was informative yet lacked a straightforward choice of

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