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-training mode for running and could supplement training programmes. Also, as VertiRun is a low-impact exercise it might be useful in the physical preparation of athletes returning to sport following lower limb injury. (...) Sprint interval training on the vertical treadmill improves aerobic and anaerobic running performance The vertical treadmill (VertiRun) is an unresearched mode of exercise where users engage in a "running-like" action whilst body weight is supported by a recumbent bench and overhanging resistance cables are tethered to the user's ankles. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of training on a VertiRun and any cross-training effect on running performance. Thirty active males (age
Party): Ioannis G. Fatouros, University of Thessaly Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: Soccer is an intermittent sport in which the aerobic and anaerobic capacity of the players are both very important. Elite football players perform an average of 150-250 short and intense movements during a match, demonstrating the significant contribution of the anaerobic energy system. Speed endurance training consists a tool to enhance the performance of aerobic and anaerobic system (...) Speed Endurance Training, Muscle Damage and Performance in Soccer Players Speed Endurance Training, Muscle Damage and Performance in Soccer Players - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Speed
and complete a simulated basketball game Experimental: Sports drink participants will complete the simulated basketball game with sports drink supplementation Other: Sports drink participants will consume a sports drink and complete a simulated basketball game Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Field Goal Percentage [ Time Frame: 16 mins ] shots made / shots attempted X 100 Dribbles Performed [ Time Frame: 5 minutes ] number bounces Total Sprint Decrement [ Time Frame: 20 mins ] 100 x (total (...) in laboratory studies, the use of a time trial test as the measure of exercise performance may be more appropriate." While Peart et al. (2016) stated: "limitations to the exercise protocol employed here may have contributed to the absence of a performance improvement with coconut water." Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Water Gatorade Coconut Water Other: Coconut Water Other: Placebo - water Other: Sports drink Not Applicable Detailed Description: Purpose The purpose of the study
in Endurance Exercise Performance The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03596307 Recruitment Status : Active, not recruiting First Posted : July 23, 2018 Last Update Posted : November 26, 2018 Sponsor: Arjuna Natural Limited Collaborators: KU Leuven ZB Sports Development BVBA Information provided (...) by (Responsible Party): Arjuna Natural Limited Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera) is a widely used herb in Ayurvedic medicine for vitality and rejuvenation. This study investigates the effects of both acute and short-term oral supplementation of Shoden (Ashwagandha extract) intake on performance and rate of perceived exertion in high-intensity aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Healthy Dietary Supplement
can promote loss of body fat. Preventing excessive fluid deficits will maintain exercise capacity, and ensuring adequate hydration status can also reduce subjective perception of effort. This latter effect may be important in encouraging exercise participation and promoting adherence to exercise programmes. Dietary supplement use is popular in sport, and a few supplements may improve performance in specific exercise tasks. Athletes must be cautious, however, not to contravene the doping (...) Nutrition for sportsperformance: issues and opportunities. Diet can significantly influence athletic performance, but recent research developments have substantially changed our understanding of sport and exercise nutrition. Athletes adopt various nutritional strategies in training and competition in the pursuit of success. The aim of training is to promote changes in the structure and function of muscle and other tissues by selective modulation of protein synthesis and breakdown in response
Unlabeled amphetamine isomer in sportssupplement “probably” caused hemorrhagic stroke Unlabeled amphetamine isomer in sportssupplement “probably” caused hemorrhagic stroke » The Poison Review Unlabeled amphetamine isomer in sportssupplement “probably” caused hemorrhagic stroke May 22, 2015, 12:06 am Hemorrhagic Stroke Probably Caused by Exercise Combined With a SportsSupplement Containing β-Methylphenylethylamine (BMPEA): A Case Report. Cohen P et al. Ann Intern Med 2015 May 12 [Epub ahead (...) of print] Last month, the FDA sent letters to 5 companies that manufacture so-called “dietary” or “sports” supplements, that their products were mislabeled because they contained an unlisted ingredient. That ingredient, (BMPEA), is an isomer of amphetamine. Although the effects of BMPEA in humans have not been well studied, it has been shown to increase heart rate and blood pressure in an animal model. Although BMPEA is a synthetic compound, it is sometimes mistakenly thought to be a natural component
to make a recommen - dation regarding the use of rhBMP-2 as a supplement for stand-alone ALIF procedures using femoral ring allograft (single Level III study) or with a resorbable spacer when performing TLIF procedures (single Level V study). rhBMP-2: Poster olateral Fusion Grade B (Multiple Level II Studies) The use of rhBMP-2 supplemented with 15% HA/85% b-TCP matrix as a substitute for AICB is an option in single-level posterolateral instrumented fusions given the consistent observation (...) , VAS, Roland-Morris, & SF-36) were obtained preoperatively & at 6, 12, 24, & 48 mos after surgery. Fusion assessment was per- formed w/ plain radiographs at 3, 6, 12, 24, & 48 mos postoperatively, supplemented w/ CT imaging at 12 & 24 mos. Images were evaluated by 2 independent radiologists blinded to the intervention. The follow-up rate was 95% at a minimum of 3 yrs. Reliability of radiographic as- sessment of plain radiographs was performed by repeating the evaluation after 3 wks. The fusion rate
Decrease in Ionized and Total Magnesium Blood Concentrations in Endurance Athletes Following an Exercise Bout Restores within Hours-Potential Consequences for Monitoring and Supplementation. Magnesium is essential for optimal sportperformance, generating an interest to monitor its status in athletes. However, before measuring magnesium status in blood could become routine, more insight into its diurnal fluctuations and effects of exercise itself is necessary. Therefore, we measured the effect (...) performed a 90 min bicycle ergometer test (70% VO2max) between 11:00 and 12:30. Whole blood samples were analyzed for iMg and plasma for tMg concentrations. Both concentrations decreased significantly after exercise (0.52 ± 0.04-0.45 ± 0.03 mmol/L and 0.81 ± 0.07-0.73 ± 0.06 mmol/L, respectively, p < .001) while no significant decline was observed during that time-interval on control days. Both, iMg and tMg, returned to baseline, on average, 2.5 hr after exercise. These findings suggest that timing
% ± 11.4%) (P = .049; d = 0.79). No differences were observed between the 30-s isokinetic trials.Acute NO3- supplementation can enhance maximal muscle power in trained athletes. These findings may particularly benefit power-sport athletes who perform brief explosive actions. (...) athletes performed maximal inertial-load cycling trials (3-4 s) immediately before (PRE) and after (POST) consuming either NO3-rich (NO3) or NO3-depleted (PLA) BRJ to assess acute changes (ie, within the same day) in maximal power (PMAX) and optimal pedaling rate (RPMopt). Participants also performed maximal isokinetic cycling (30 s) to assess performance differences after supplementation.2 x 2 repeated-measures ANOVA indicated a greater increase in PMAX from PRE to POST NO3 (PRE 1160 ± 301 W to POST
Acute citrulline-malate supplementation improves maximal strength and anaerobic power in female, masters athletes tennis players. Citrulline-malate (CM) is a precursor to nitric-oxide (NO) in the NO synthase (NOS) pathway and is suggested to increase exercise performance in younger individuals. With age, NO production decreases and augmented NO production may provide beneficial effects on sportsperformance among masters athletes (MAs).To examine the effects of acute CM supplementation on grip (...) within trials, but no significant differences were observed between trials regarding supplement consumed.These data suggest that consuming CM before competition has the potential to improve tennis match-play performance in masters tennis athletes. However, this study utilized a controlled laboratory environment and research evaluating direct application to on-court performance is warranted.
to collect data from 359 professional athletes participating in individual (boxing, cycling, athletics) and team (basketball, rugby, football, netball, and volleyball) sports. The data were categorized, and a Chi-square test was used for statistical analysis.Of the 359 athletes, 48 (13.4%) used nutritional supplements. Carbohydrate supplements, energy drinks, vitamin and mineral supplements, fish oils, and protein supplements were the most common supplements used by athletes. NS use was significantly (...) more common among athletes who played rugby and basketball (X2 = 61.101, p < 0.0001), athletes who had played the sport for 5-10 years (X2 = 7.460, p = 0.024), and athletes who had attained a tertiary education (X2 = 33.377, p < 0.0001). The athletes' occupation had no bearing on whether they used supplements. Nutritionists/dieticians, retail stores and pharmacies were the most common sources of NS products, whereas health practitioners, online media and teammates were the most common sources
Evaluation of Dietary Intakes and Supplement Use in Paralympic Athletes Dietary intakes and supplement use in Paralympic athletes remains largely unexplored, and specialized recommendations are lacking. The aim of this study was to evaluate nutrient intakes and supplement use in high-performance athletes with physical disabilities using three-day food records and a validated dietary supplement use questionnaire. A secondary aim examined gender differences in nutrient and supplement intakes (...) for vitamin A and folate. Commonly consumed supplements were vitamin D, protein powder, sport bars, and sport drinks. Analysis of diet and supplement use within this population shows several micronutrient deficiencies and irregular use of specific supplements. Athlete support and education is required to optimize nutrition in Paralympic athletes.