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The effect of caffeine on blood lactate after a maximal exercise test.
Numerous studies exist on the use of caffeine for both endurance exercise and short-term, higher intensity exercise. Consumption of caffeine is known to help athletes train harder and longer. This study examined the ...
The effects of sodium bicarbonate supplementation on blood lactate accumulation
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of sodium bicarbonate supplementation on blood lactate and muscle soreness.
Thermal therapy and the effects of hot and cold on blood lactate after an isotonic exercise
Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) describes a phenomenon of muscle pain or soreness that frequently occurs as a result of strenuous physical activity. DOMS occurs especially during the first few days after such activity. ...
The effects of acute caffeine ingestion on perceived exertion and muscular strength endurance
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of caffeine supplementation on perception of workload intensity and muscular strength endurance during deadlift performance to failure.
THE EFFECTS OF PASSIVE, ACTIVE, AND BETA-ALANINE SUPPLEMENTED RECOVERY ON BLOOD LACTATE DURING ANAEROBIC EXERCISE
INTRODUCTION: It is widely shown through experimentation and knowledge of human physiology that an active recovery following high-intensity exercise removes lactic acid (BLa) more quickly than passive recovery. Some research ...
Effects of Beta-Alanine & Recovery Methods on Lactate Levels & Anaerobic Capacity in Resistance-Trained Males
INTRODUCTION: Beta-Alanine, an ergogenic aid, is a nonessential amino acid that is naturally occurring in the human body that contributes to hydrogen buffering during high-intensity exercise (Hobson et al., 2012). ...