The creatine edge
At John F. Kennedy High School in La Palma, Mitch Olson warns football players and to
her athletes that anyone caught using a performance-enhancement product will be barred from playing. The rule goes for everyone -- and it includes creatine, a legal but controversial dietary supplement.
Olson, the school's athletic director, knows students could use creatine without his knowledge, perhaps even with the blessing of their parents. "I'm not naive enough to think that some kids aren't doing it," he said, while expressing hope that none of his athletes are doing so.
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