Creatine Research Update 2005

ISSA Continuing Education Course

By Daniel Gastelu, M.S., MFS
International Sports Sciences Association Director of Nutritional Sciences

Creatine remains one of the most talked about topics in fitness and athletic circles. Creatine is also one of the most studied of all sports supplements. It is a topic fitness trainers and other health professionals need to know about. The "Creatine Research Update 2005" course book is the most comprehensive research review ever published about Creatine. It reports on the results of over 200 studies, and contains detailed research summaries for over 50 of the most recent research studies, right up to 2005.

Highlights of the course book include: creatine overview; creatine and the muscle fiber connection; a summary chart of the benefits of creatine supplementation and sports that research supports creatine supplementation works best for; a detailed research review of over 50 of the most recent creatine studies, a creatine dosing chart; the evidence about the effects of ingesting carbohydrates and caffeine with creatine; creatine synergists that boost the effects; and a research based review of the new types of creatine that have recently entered the market, such as Creatine Ethyl Ester.

In addition to providing the best and most comprehensive information about creatine and its evidence based use, this course is a real time and money saver; it would take months and a small fortune to purchase and read the research studies reviewed in this course book.

So be informed about the creatine research findings and stay ahead of what your competition and clients know.

Features online enrollment, online exam and instant grading as well as automatic certificate generation upon completion of course.