Research and Infographics for Athletic Performance, Sport Science, and Health
Caffeine Content in Popular Energy Drinks

Check out our other graphics showing the caffeine content in different types of: Coffee Pre-workout Supplements Tea Soft Drinks The data used for the caffeine contents in this chart comes…

Caffeine Content in Popular Teas

Check out our other graphics showing the caffeine content in different types of: Coffee Pre-workout Supplements Energy Drinks Soft Drinks The data used for the caffeine contents in this chart…

This white powder improves performance

Creatine is a natural amino acid commonly found in meat products and, also, produced in small amounts inside the human body. Nearly all (95%) of body creatine is stored in muscle cells where it is used to fuel short duration, high-intensity activities like sprinting, jumping, and weight training [1-3, 7, 11-15, 40, 41]. There have been numerous studies reporting beneficial effects of creatine supplementation, particularly when resistance training is included during supplementation.

(more…)

Please follow and like us:
error

How to Supplement with Creatine

Creatine monohydrate is one of the most heavily researched and scientifically validated ergogenic aids in sport. We’ll review its safety and supplementation strategies shown to improve athletic performance.

(more…)

Please follow and like us:
error

End of content

No more pages to load