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 Creatine monohydrate improves high-intensity exercise capacity. University of Oklahoma researchers, led by Jeffrey Stout, found that supplementing 20 grams per day of creatine monohydrate for five days increased peak anaerobic running capacity (ARC) in men, but not in women. ARC Improved by 23 percent in male subjects. Short-term supplementation of loading doses of creatine have marked effects on high-intensity exercise capacity in moderately trained men, but not in women. (Journal Strength Conditioning Research, 24: 1826-1833, 2010)