Caffeine attenuates delayed-onset muscle pain and force loss following eccentric exercise.

@article{Maridakis2007CaffeineAD,
  title={Caffeine attenuates delayed-onset muscle pain and force loss following eccentric exercise.},
  author={Victor Maridakis and Patrick J. O'Connor and Gary A. Dudley and Kevin K McCully},
  journal={The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={237-43}
}
UNLABELLED This double-blind, placebo-controlled, repeated-measures experiment examined the effects of a 5 mg . kg(-1) body weight dose of caffeine on delayed-onset muscle pain intensity and force loss in response to 64 eccentric actions of the dominant quadriceps induced by electrical stimulation. Low caffeine-consuming college-aged females (n = 9) ingested caffeine or placebo 24 and 48 hours following electrically stimulated eccentric exercise of the quadriceps. One hour after ingestion… CONTINUE READING
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