Tier 1 Plus's (by Citadel Nutrition) ability to improve cycling sprint performance is rated as 2 out of 3. This rating means the evidence is mixed on the product's ability to deliver on this claim. While some of the evidence supports its use, other evidence does not. Using Tier 1 Plus to improve cycling sprint performance may lead to positive results. This rating is different from the product's overall rating and is based on what peer reviewed journal articles conclude on its ability to perform this one claim. This page contains an indepth analysis on how this claim-rating was calculated.

Note: The ratings on this page only deal with Tier 1 Plus's ability to improve cycling sprint performance. To view the product's overall rating, visit the product's main page: Tier 1 Plus.

Table of Contents

  1. Simple Report
  2. Detailed Report
  3. References

Simple Report

Detailed Report

The detailed report is an in-depth analysis on how Tier 1 Plus's rating for this particular claim was calculated.

Claim Effectiveness Ratings

Each supplement product is a blend of ingredients. The database uses peer reviewed journal articles to rate the ingredients. These ratings are also used to rate how well products perform overall as well as on individual claims.

The supplement ingredients listed in table below are identified as affecting Tier 1 Plus's ability to improve cycling sprint performance. The rating next to the ingredient describes the ingredient's ability to improve cycling sprint performance. These ratings are averaged together and provide the product's overall ability to deliver on the same claim.

Ingredients Improve Cycling Sprint Performance Rating
Creatine Monohydrate 2.2 out of 3
Beta Alanine 2 out of 3
Caffeine 1.8 out of 3
Product's Claim Effectiveness Rating 2 out of 3

Claim Research Ratings

The research rating describes how well an ingredient's ability to perform a certain claim (such as improve cycling sprint performance) has been researched. This rating is based on the amount of studies contained in the database on a particular ingredient and claim. Ingredient research ratings are averaged together to from the product's research rating for this specific cliam.

This rating is important because we need to know if there is enough research to make a valid conclusion on a product's worthiness. Ratings above 80 are ideal. Anything below 60 means there is not enoguh research to make a valid conclusion on way or another on a product's ability to deliver on this particular claim.

Ingredients Improve Cycling Sprint Performance Research Rating
Creatine Monohydrate
Beta Alanine
Caffeine
Product's Claim Research Rating

References

Title
Creatine-electrolyte supplementation improves repeated sprint cycling performance: A double blind randomized control study
Effect of low dose, short-term creatine supplementation on muscle power output in elite youth soccer players
Effects of high dose oral creatine supplementation on anaerobic capacity of elite wrestlers
Effects of creatine supplementation on body composition, strength, and sprint performance
Effect of creatine supplementation on metabolism and performance in humans during intermittent sprint cycling
Effects of creatine loading and prolonged creatine supplementation on body composition, fuel selection, sprint and endurance performance in humans
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
Effect of creatine loading on long-term sprint exercise performance and metabolism
Effects of oral creatine loading on single and repeated maximal short sprints
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
β-Alanine supplementation reduces acidosis but not oxygen uptake response during high-intensity cycling exercise
The effect of beta-alanine supplementation on isokinetic force and cycling performance in highly trained cyclists
Effects of Acute Beta-Alanine Supplementation on Anaerobic Performance in Trained Female Cyclists
Energy Drink Doses Of Caffeine And Taurine Have A Null Or Negative Effect On Sprint Performance
Co-ingestion of caffeine and carbohydrate after meal does not improve performance at high-intensity intermittent sprints with short recovery times
Caffeine supplementation and peak anaerobic power output
Caffeine and sprinting performance: dose responses and efficacy
Effects of caffeine on prolonged intermittent-sprint ability in team-sport athletes
The effect of acute pre-workout supplementation on power and strength performance
The acute effects of a caffeine-containing supplement on strength, muscular endurance, and anaerobic capabilities
Physiological and cognitive responses to caffeine during repeated, high-intensity exercise