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Protein Supplementation Does Not Enhance Recovery from Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage. Starkoff, Brooke E.; Lenz, Elizabeth K.; Mattern, Craig O.; Too, Danny; Byrne, Heidi K. Feb 1, 2020 5192
Serum Autofluorescence and Biochemical Markers in Athlete's Response to Strength Effort in Normobaric Hypoxia: A Preliminary Study. Drzazga, Zofia; Schisler, Izabela; Poprzecki, Stanislaw; Michnik, Anna; Czuba, Milosz Report Dec 31, 2019 8472
EFFECT OF TWO-PHASE TAPERING METHOD ON CERTAIN PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES, FATIGUE RESISTANCE, STROKE RATE AND RECORD LEVEL OF 200M FREESTYLE FOR YOUTH SWIMMERS. Farouk, Hossam-Eldeen Sep 1, 2019 4603
Caffeine Potentiates the Ergogenic Effects of Creatine. Jeronimo, Diego Pereira; Germano, Moises Diego; Fiorante, Fabio Baccin; Boreli, Leandro; da Silva Ne Report Dec 1, 2017 3740
Effect of preconditioning by light load eccentric exercise versus heat on markers of muscle damage in collegiate males. Zaheer, Sumbul; Moiz, Jamal Ali; Shareef, Mohammad Yaqoob; Hussain, Ejaz Sep 1, 2014 4352
Effect of creatine and ginseng supplements on level of the selected growth factors after a period of simulated karate competition in young boys. Baghban, Hadi; Pashakolaei, Ensieh Rahimi; Mirdar, Shadmehr Report Jan 1, 2014 3940
Coenzyme Q10 and creatine combination produces additive neuroprotective effects in models of Parkinson's and Huntington's diseases. Finkel, Jon Brief article Mar 1, 2010 149
Creatine improves strength and mobility in older women. Brink, Will Brief article Oct 1, 2008 273
Chelation corner: understanding creatinine. Blaurock-Busch, E.; Lam, Paul K.L. Report Jun 1, 2008 1121
Creatine, CLA strengthen exercise in seniors. Dye, Dayna Brief article Jan 1, 2008 179
Exercise performance and muscle contractile properties after creatine monohydrate supplementation in aerobic-anaerobic training rats. Boyadjiev, Nickolay; Popov, Dobrin; Delcheve, Slavi Dec 1, 2007 3682
Athletes develop whey-better muscles. (Physiology). Brief Article Apr 26, 2003 286

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