Effectiveness Rating for Creatine Monohydrate's Ability to Improve Cycling Sprint Performance

The effectiveness rating is a measure of how well creatine monohydrate is able to improve cycling sprint performance. The overall rating for this claim is 2.2 out of 3. There is some research showing the supplement's ability to deliever on this particular claim is warranted. Using Creatine Monohydrate to improve cycling sprint performance may lead to positive results.

Confidence Rating for Creatine Monohydrate's Ability to Improve Cycling Sprint Performance

The confidence rating is a mesure of how valid the effectiveness rating is. This rating is based on how many studies are included in the database on this topic.

There are 12 studies in the database on creatine monohydrate; the confidence rating is 240. A score above 80 means the effectiveness rating for this supplement is reliable. A score under 80 means there is insufficient evidence to ensure a reliable effectiveness rating.

Creatine Monohydrate Dose to Improve Cycling Sprint Performance

Dosage Frequency Daily Total Effectiveness Rating of Dosage
2.1g once daily 2.1g
15.75g once daily 15.75g
2g once daily 2g
5g 5x per day 25g
5g 4x per day 20g
4g once daily 4g
5g 4x per day 20g
6g 5x per day 30g
5g 4x per day 20g
5g 4x per day 20g
5g 4x per day 20g
15g twice daily 30g

These dosages are based on body weight. The default value is 150 pounds. Enter your weight and click update to get appropriate dosages for your own body weight.


Title of Study
Effect of low dose, short-term creatine supplementation on muscle power output in elite youth soccer players
Effects of creatine supplementation on body composition, strength, and sprint performance
Effects of creatine loading and prolonged creatine supplementation on body composition, fuel selection, sprint and endurance performance in humans
Creatine supplementation and the total work performed during 15-s and 1-min bouts of maximal cycling
The effects of creatine supplementation on performance during the repeated bouts of supramaximal exercise
Creatine-electrolyte supplementation improves repeated sprint cycling performance: A double blind randomized control study
Effects of high dose oral creatine supplementation on anaerobic capacity of elite wrestlers
Effect of creatine loading on long-term sprint exercise performance and metabolism
Effects of oral creatine loading on single and repeated maximal short sprints
Effect of creatine supplementation on metabolism and performance in humans during intermittent sprint cycling
Short-term creatine supplementation does not improve muscle activation or sprint performance in humans
Pre-exercise oral creatine ingestion does not improve prolonged intermittent sprint exercise in humans