Power Output
Muscle Health

Power Output

Power output is the strength the body can develop in the shortest amount of time. It have to do with muscle fibers, creatine stores and ATP.

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Scientific articles
The lone pilot study noted a 14% increase in power output as assessed by bench throws, requires replication but seems stronger than caffeine supported this study.
Improvements in power output are noted in trained persons subject to a sprint test and in sedentary persons who simply took the supplement also as untrained people that began strength training.
Creatine is that the reference compound for power improvement, with numbers from one meta-analysis to assess potency being 'Able to extend a 12% improvement in strength to twenty and ready to increase a 12% increase in power to 26% following a training regiment using creatine monohydrate'.
No studies found