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...cycling after intake of ibuprofen 2) during and after cycling without ibuprofen 3) rest with prior intake of ibuprofen 4) rest with prior ibuprofen intake The small intestinal lining was...

...Take Home Point: Overloading swimming and cycling training does not alter running kinematics at 65% VO2max. The International Journal of Sports Medicine designed a study to investigate the...

...Richardson KL, Coburn JW, Beam WC, Brown LE. Effects of isocaloric carbohydrate vs. carbohydrate-proteinsupplements on cycling time to exhaustion.J Strength Cond Res. 2012 May;26(5):1361-5. Background Carbohydrates are thought...

...them out, stay tuned).   How are Triathlons Influenced The main finding in the study noted by Lepers et al. was cycling had the smallest age related decline in performance...

...trial, but another study looked compared cycling performance (of a sprint cycling effort) after caffeine gum consumption 120-minutes, 60-minutes, and 5-minutes precycling (Ryan 2013). “The subjects were instructed to chew...

...of resistance training improved cycling performance of highly trained cyclist by 7% compared to the control group which only performed their regular endurance-only training. The researchers noted: "Performance was determined...

Stretching is a simplistically complex. Everyone can stretch their hamstrings, ask someone and they will likely bend over to touch their toes or perform a sit and reach...

...creatine phosphate (RSS) (1) cross-education (RSS) (1) crossfit (RSS) (3) cryotherapy (RSS) (1) cycling (RSS) (1) depression (RSS) (1) detraining (RSS) (3) Difference between male and female sprint swimmers. (RSS)...

...clearly test a program that had no core stability exercise (cycling), but was prescribed by actual cycling instructors so the program was valid to how a cycling coach in the...

...giving cyclist sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) or lactate prior to a 40-km cycling time trial. This study by Northgraves et. al. (2013) had "[s]even recreationally active males (age, 22.3 ±...

   
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