Carbohydrate-Loading and Exercise Performance

@article{Hawley1997CarbohydrateLoadingAE,
  title={Carbohydrate-Loading and Exercise Performance},
  author={John Alan Hawley and Elske Jeanne Schabort and Timothy David Noakes and Steven C. Dennis},
  journal={Sports Medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={24},
  pages={73-81}
}
SummaryThis review suggests that there is little or no effect of elevating pre-exercise muscle glycogen contents above normal resting values on a single exhaustive bout of high-intensity exercise lasting less than 5 minutes. Nor is there any benefit of increasing starting muscle glycogen content on moderate-intensity running or cycling lasting 60 to 90 minutes. In such exercise substantial quantities of glycogen remain in the working muscles at the end of exercise. However, elevated starting… CONTINUE READING
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