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Temperature of ingested water and thermoregulation during moderate-intensity exercise.
The effect of the temperature of ingested water on the rise in core temperature (Tco) during exercise is not clear. Seven trained subjects were recruited to complete 2 hr of recumbent cycling at 51%Expand
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Glycogen synthase activation in human skeletal muscle: effects of diet and exercise.
We investigated the role of glycogen synthase in supranormal resynthesis (supercompensation) of skeletal muscle glycogen after exhaustive exercise. Six healthy men exercised 60 min by cycling withExpand
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Accumulation of deuterium oxide in body fluids after ingestion of D2O-labeled beverages.
A simple low-cost procedure was developed to compare the temporal profiles of deuterium oxide (D2O) accumulation in body fluids after ingestion of D2O-labeled solutions. D2O concentration wasExpand
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Dietary carbohydrate, muscle glycogen, and exercise performance during 7 d of training.
The effects of moderate- or high-carbohydrate diets on muscle glycogen and performance in runners and cyclists over 7 consecutive days of training were determined. Muscle biopsies were performed on 4Expand
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Physiology of exercise: Responses and adaptations
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Caffeine vs caffeine-free sports drinks: effects on urine production at rest and during prolonged exercise.
We compared the effects of caffeinated vs non-caffeinated carbohydrate electrolyte (CE) drinks on urine volume (UV), free water clearance (CH2O), fractional excretion of water (FEH2O), and osmolarExpand
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Reliability of power output during intermittent high-intensity cycling.
PURPOSE We determined the number of trials on consecutive days required to establish high reliability of an intermittent high-intensity cycling test in subjects unfamiliar with multiple-sprintExpand
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Effect of tryptophan and of glucose on exercise capacity of horses.
We hypothesized that central fatigue may have a role in limiting the endurance capacity of horses. Therefore, we tested the effect of infusing tryptophan and/or glucose on endurance time and plasmaExpand
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Dietary carbohydrate, muscle glycogen, and power output during rowing training.
The belief that high-carbohydrate diets enhance training capacity (mean power output) has been extrapolated from studies that have varied dietary carbohydrate over a few days and measured muscleExpand
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Carbohydrate-electrolyte drinks: effects on endurance cycling in the heat.
On three occasions cyclists completed, as fast as possible, two exercise tasks (T1 and T2) separated by 30 min rest. T1 and T2 were equivalent to the work performed during 2 h cycling at 75% VO2maxExpand
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