URINARY CREATINE AT REST AND AFTER REPEATED SPRINTS IN ATHLETES: A PILOT STUDY

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I. Bezrati-Benayed ; F. Nasrallah ; M. Feki ; K. Chamari ; S. Omar ; L. Alouane-Trabelsi ; A. Ben Mansour ; N. Kaabachi (2014)
  • Publisher: Termedia Publishing House
  • Journal: Biology of Sport, volume 31, issue 1, pages 49-54 (issn: 0860-021X, eissn: 2083-1862)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5604/20831862.1086732, pmc: PMC3994585
  • Subject: Original Article | sprinter | athlete | creatine | exercise | physical performance | Sports medicine | RC1200-1245 | sprintering | Biology (General) | QH301-705.5

Creatine plays a key role in muscle function and its evaluation is important in athletes. In this study, urinary creatine concentration was measured in order to highlight its possible significance in monitoring sprinters. The study included 51 sprinters and 25 age- and ... View more
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