Supplemental Protein during Heavy Cycling Training and Recovery Impacts Skeletal Muscle and Heart Rate Responses but Not Performance

@inproceedings{DLugos2016SupplementalPD,
  title={Supplemental Protein during Heavy Cycling Training and Recovery Impacts Skeletal Muscle and Heart Rate Responses but Not Performance},
  author={Andrew C. D’Lugos and Nicholas D. Luden and Justin M. Faller and Jeremy D. Akers and Alec I. McKenzie and Michael John Saunders},
  booktitle={Nutrients},
  year={2016}
}
The effects of protein supplementation on cycling performance, skeletal muscle function, and heart rate responses to exercise were examined following intensified (ICT) and reduced-volume training (RVT). Seven cyclists performed consecutive periods of normal training (NT), ICT (10 days; average training duration 220% of NT), and RVT (10 days; training duration 66% of NT). In a crossover design, subjects consumed supplemental carbohydrate (CHO) or an equal amount of carbohydrate with added… CONTINUE READING
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