Effect of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on exhaustive resistance exercise performance.

@article{Webster1993EffectOS,
  title={Effect of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on exhaustive resistance exercise performance.},
  author={Michael John Webster and Martin N. Webster and Richard E. Crawford and L. Bruce Gladden},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1993},
  volume={25 8},
  pages={
          960-5
        }
}
  • Michael John Webster, Martin N. Webster, +1 author L. Bruce Gladden
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    Medicine and science in…
    1993
  • Medicine
  • Six weight trained males were studied prior to, during, and in recovery from exhaustive resistance exercise, 105 min after ingesting 300 mg.kg-1 of either a placebo or NaHCO3. The exercise test consisted of four sets of 12 repetitions with a fifth set to volitional fatigue on a Universal leg press machine at a resistance equaling approximately 70% of the subjects 1-repetition maximum. Arterialized venous blood was analyzed for lactate concentration, blood gas, and acid-base parameters. The… CONTINUE READING

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