Effect of acute and short-term oral salbutamol treatments on maximal power output in non-asthmatic athletes

@article{Sanchez2011EffectOA,
  title={Effect of acute and short-term oral salbutamol treatments on maximal power output in non-asthmatic athletes},
  author={Anthony M J Sanchez and Katia Collomp and Juliette Carra and Fabio Borrani and Olivier Coste and Christian G. Prefaut and Robin Candau},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={112},
  pages={3251-3258}
}
This study aimed to clarify the controversial effects of acute and short-term salbutamol (SAL) intake on sprint performance in healthy athletes. Based on the results of previous studies, an anabolic effect for the short-term treatment and increased glycolysis in both treatments were hypothesized. Eight male recreational athletes completed force–velocity exercise tests after administration of placebo (gelatin), acute oral SAL (6 mg) or short-term oral SAL (12 mg day−1 for 3 weeks), using a… CONTINUE READING
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