Caffeine ingestion enhances Wingate performance: a meta-analysis

@article{Grgic2018CaffeineIE,
  title={Caffeine ingestion enhances Wingate performance: a meta-analysis},
  author={Jozo Grgic},
  journal={European Journal of Sport Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={18},
  pages={219 - 225}
}
  • Jozo Grgic
  • Published 7 February 2018
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Sport Science
Abstract The positive effects of caffeine ingestion on aerobic performance are well-established; however, recent findings are suggesting that caffeine ingestion might also enhance components of anaerobic performance. A commonly used test of anaerobic performance and power output is the 30-second Wingate test. Several studies explored the effects of caffeine ingestion on Wingate performance, with equivocal findings. To elucidate this topic, this paper aims to determine the effects of caffeine… Expand
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