there’s already been a forum post on this, but that was February 2003 though. so it’s time for a refresher.
I had a professor tell me creatine was on the NCAA’s banned substances list in class. I wanuted to call bullshit on him, but I didn’t really know.
How do I find the NCAA’s list of banned substances. They don’t make it easy to find. I looked on the NCAA website after the professor told me about it being banned. The national olympic committee doesn’t appear to have creatine on their list of banned substances either from the crappy information gathering tactics I have.
How do they test for creatine? Do they look for abnormal levels of creatinine?
Well, if it is banned I’m not an NCAA athlete so I’ll go A2M on those buzzkillers.
It’s too bad though. If I was an NCAA athlete I would want to use creatine because their coaches like to run them into the ground.
It’s a food supplement. And studies show mixed results. Is it just the fact that some people are non responders? If so that’s bullshit because genetics causes you to be a non responder. Speed is genetic. They don’t say people that are fast can’t play because it’s an unfair advantage.