Hydration kinetics and 10-km outdoor running performance following 75% versus 150% between bout fluid replacement

@article{Davis2014HydrationKA,
  title={Hydration kinetics and 10-km outdoor running performance following 75% versus 150% between bout fluid replacement},
  author={B. Davis and Lauren K. Thigpen and Jared H. Hornsby and James Matthew Green and T. Coates and E. O'Neal},
  journal={European Journal of Sport Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={14},
  pages={703 - 710}
}
Abstract Current American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) guidelines recommend replacing 150% of sweat losses between training bouts separated by ≤12 hours, but little evidence exists concerning the implications of this strategy for runners. Participants (n = 13) in this study replaced 75% (1637 ± 372 mL) or 150% (3099 ± 850 mL) of sweat losses following an outdoor evening run (∼75 minutes; Wet-bulb-globe temperature (WBGT) = ∼27°C) and consumed a standardised evening meal and breakfast… Expand
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