Intermittent-sprint performance and muscle glycogen after 30 h of sleep deprivation.

  title={Intermittent-sprint performance and muscle glycogen after 30 h of sleep deprivation.},
  author={Melissa Skein and Rob Duffield and Johann Edge and Michael J Short and Toby M{\"u}ndel},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  volume={43 7},
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to determine the effects of 30 h of sleep deprivation on consecutive-day intermittent-sprint performance and muscle glycogen content. METHODS Ten male, team-sport athletes performed a single-day "baseline" session and two consecutive-day experimental trials separated either by a normal night's sleep (CONT1 and CONT2) or no sleep (SDEP1 and SDEP2). Each session included a 30-min graded exercise run and 50-min intermittent-sprint exercise protocol, including a… CONTINUE READING
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