Sodium phosphate loading improves laboratory cycling time-trial performance in trained cyclists.

@article{Folland2008SodiumPL,
  title={Sodium phosphate loading improves laboratory cycling time-trial performance in trained cyclists.},
  author={Jonathan P. Folland and Ric Stern and Gary Brickley},
  journal={Journal of science and medicine in sport},
  year={2008},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={464-8}
}
Sodium phosphate loading has been reported to increase maximal oxygen uptake (6-12%), however its influence on endurance performance has been ambiguous. The aim of this study was to examine the influence of sodium phosphate loading on laboratory 16.1 km cycling time-trial performance. Six trained male cyclists (V O(2) peak, 64.1+/-2.8 ml kg(-1)min(-1); mean+/-S.D.) took part in a randomised double-blind crossover study. Upon completion of a control trial (C), participants ingested either 1g of… CONTINUE READING
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