Abdullah F. Alghannam

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The majority of football players succumb to fatigue towards the end of the game. This study was designed to examine the influence of protein coingestion with carbohydrate (CHO) vs. an isocaloric CHO supplement on subsequent running capacity towards the end of a simulated football match. Six male amateur football players participated in 3 trials applied in a(More)
In this paper, we propose two algorithms. The first supports Enhanced Best effort Quality of service Routing with Multiple and Prioritised Metrics (EBQRMPM). The second supports Enhanced Best effort Quality of service Routing with Multiple Metrics (EBQRMM). Both algorithms apply the concept of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) which is a well-known model(More)
BACKGROUND Muscle glycogen has been well established as the primary metabolic energy substrate during physical exercise of moderate- to high-intensity and has accordingly been implicated as a limiting factor when such activity is sustained for a prolonged duration. However, the role of this substrate during repeated exercise after limited recovery is less(More)
PURPOSE This study aims to examine whether muscle glycogen availability is associated with fatigue in a repeated exercise bout following short-term recovery. METHODS Ten endurance-trained individuals underwent two trials in a repeated-measures experimental design, each involving an initial run to exhaustion at 70% of VO2max (Run 1) followed by a 4-h(More)
Football participation requires considerable utilization of both aerobic and anaerobic energy systems to match the high energetic demands of the sport. The consequent stresses imposed on the physiological and metabolic systems carries players to the threshold of exhaustion during match-play, from which they are required to recover in preparation for the(More)
30 31 Purpose: To examine whether muscle glycogen availability is associated with fatigue 32 in a repeated exercise bout following short-term recovery. 33 34 Methods: Ten endurance-trained individuals underwent two trials in a repeated 35 measures design, each involving an initial run to exhaustion at 70% (Run-1) 36 followed by a 4-h recovery and a(More)
BACKGROUND Performing regular exercise is known to manifest a number of health benefits that mainly relate to cardiovascular and muscular adaptations to allow for greater oxygen extraction and utilization. There is increasing evidence that nutrient intake can affect the adaptive response to a single exercise bout, and that protein feeding is important to(More)
Little if any research has examined the variability in time to exhaustion (TTE) during submaximal treadmill running. This study investigated the test-retest reliability of submaximal treadmill TTE as a measure of endurance capacity. 16 endurance-trained males (n=14) and females (n=2) completed a run to exhaustion at 70% V̇O2max (T1) and repeated the same(More)
We examined whether carbohydrate-protein ingestion influences muscle glycogen metabolism during short-term recovery from exhaustive treadmill running and subsequent exercise. Six endurance-trained individuals underwent two trials in a randomized double-blind design, each involving an initial run-to-exhaustion at 70% VO2max (Run-1) followed by 4-h recovery(More)
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