Creatine: All About The Go-To Sports Nutrition Supplement
Over-training, performance enhancement, protein & recovery
Creatine: It’s the go-to nutrition supplement for almost every high-performance athlete. But how much do you really know about it? Dr. Rick Kreider is the director of the Exercise & Sport Nutrition Lab at Texas A&M University and one of the world’s leading experts on creatine and other sports nutrition supplements. Rick is also the founding Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. This interview was carried out in February 2013.
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Rick has a very clear and sensible way of talking about sports science so this interview should be of interest to even the least nutrition-focused coaches and athletes. He is also the co-author of Exercise & Sport Nutrition: Principles, Promises, Science & Recommendations, as well as Overtraining in Sport.
The lab’s website – www.exerciseandsportnutritionlab.com – is a great place to get more detailed information.
Over-training, performance enhancement, protein for strength, explosive power & recovery. Creatine: it’s the supplement for almost every high-performance athlete