Bryan Holtzman; Kate Ackerman
Training & Performance, Sports Nutrition, Athlete Health
Clyde Williams and Ian Rollo
Carbohydrate, Training & Performance
Sport Specific, Training & Performance, Recovery, Carbohydrate
Asker E. Jeukendrup, Ian Rollo and James M. Carter
During moderate intensity exercise carbohydrate and fat are the two important fuels and their relative contribution is dependent on a number of factors including the pre-exercise carbohydrate stores, the exercise intensity and duration and the training status of the subject (Jeukendrup, 2003).
Asker E. Jeukendrup, PhD
Asker Jeukendrup, PhD, FACSM
The central fatigue hypothesis suggests that increased brain serotonin (5-HT) can cause a deterioration in sport and exercise performance. Whether branched-chain amino acid supplementation can effect performance remains uncertain.
J. Mark Davis, Ph.D.
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