Failure of oral tyrosine supplementation to improve exercise performance in the heat.

@article{Tumilty2014FailureOO,
  title={Failure of oral tyrosine supplementation to improve exercise performance in the heat.},
  author={Les Tumilty and Glen Davison and Manfred Beckmann and Rhys Thatcher},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 7},
  pages={
          1417-25
        }
}
PURPOSE Acute oral tyrosine administration has been associated with increased constant-load, submaximal exercise capacity in the heat. This study sought to determine whether self-paced exercise performance in the heat is enhanced with the same tyrosine dosage. METHODS After familiarization, seven male endurance-trained volunteers, unacclimated to exercise in the heat, performed two experimental trials in 30°C (60% relative humidity) in a crossover fashion separated by at least 7 d. Subjects… CONTINUE READING
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