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Nutrition and Athletic Performance
Caffeine is one of the most studied supplements in the world. Studies correlate its use to increased exercise performance in endurance activities, as well as its possible ergogenic effects for both intermittent and strength activities.
Recent findings show that caffeine may increase or decrease exercise performance. These antagonist responses may occur even when using the same dosage and for individuals with the same characteristics, making it challenging to explain caffeine's impact and applicability.
This review article provides an analytic look at studies involving the use of caffeine for human physical performance, and addresses factors that could influence the ergogenic effects of caffeine on different proposed activities. These factors subdivide into caffeine effects, daily habits, physiological factors, and genetic factors. Each variable has been focused on by discussions to research related to caffeine. A better understanding and control of these variables should be considered in future research into personalized nutritional strategies.
Active individuals and elite athletes use caffeine purposely to improve performance. Athletes from different modalities consume caffeine, including endurance athletes e. In an evaluation of 20, urine samples of elite athletes, Although caffeine's ergogenic effect is well-established, several studies have shown differences in the magnitude of caffeine-mediated effects on exercise performance, where some individuals may not respond, or even negatively respond to the caffeine consumption Graham and Spriet, ; Meyers and Cafarelli, ; Wiles et al.
The possibility of inter-individual variability does not diminish the importance of applying caffeine to performance, but it underlines that caffeine's effects may be unclear under some conditions Skinner et al. There are several hypothetical mechanisms for caffeine-mediated improving performance Figure 1 , including calcium release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum Klein et al.
Thus, it is possible that one factor or a combination of these factors may be responsible for the increase in exercise performance after caffeine intake. Figure 1. Main mechanisms of action of caffeine-related to increases in training capacities. A Antagonistic action of caffeine and its secondary metabolites to adenosine at its receptors in the Central Nervous System CNS , increasing alertness and decreasing perceived exertion in exercise.
B Effect of preserving muscle glycogen from a greater distribution of fatty acids in the bloodstream and energy use under some conditions. C Increased release of calcium ions by a neuromuscular stimulus, enhancing contraction power in muscle fibers.
In this context, some factors are pointed regarding caffeine's effectiveness as an ergogenic aid, such as dose, training degree, ingestion time, time of day caffeine supply, habitual caffeine consumption, and proposed exercise type Collomp et al.
Therefore, this review aims to discuss the factors that could influence the ergogenic responses to caffeine, developing efficient nutritional strategies with that supplementation. The well-accepted dosage of caffeine to improve performance is between 3 and 6 mg. It is currently established that the benefits of caffeine on performance occur through its direct action on the CNS, improving alertness and reaction time, in addition to reducing the perceived exertion rate pain Maughan et al.
It reinforces that the effects on improving performance with the consumption of low doses of caffeine are a consequence of its direct action on the CNS. In this context, Zhang et al. Their findings indicate that the ingestion of lower doses of caffeine triggered greater effects on cognition and brain activation when compared to moderate and higher doses 6 or 9 mg.
It highlights Spriet's positioning Spriet, , indicating that the use of moderate or higher doses would only be justified through peripheral effects of caffeine on performance tests see Figures 1B,C.
Thus, further investigations involving the administration of higher doses of caffeine i. Moreover, increasing the caffeine dose should be used based on the individual's tolerance to the substance and the type of physical exercise.
Some studies showed that aerobic exercises with higher doses of caffeine i. In those cases, caffeine altered the energetic use of the lipids with the maintenance of the muscle glycogen stocks Graham and Spriet, ; Spriet et al. This mechanism triggered improvements in aerobic performance tests when a high dosage of caffeine has been ingested before Graham and Spriet, ; Spriet et al.
In these two cases, both significant variations of the improvement in performance tests with higher doses of caffeine Graham and Spriet, ; Spriet et al. These studies would allow a definitive position about the effect of caffeine on the oxidation of lipids.
This is a very relevant mechanism since it is well-outlined that the drug induces lipolysis, which increases the availability of blood fatty acids, when caffeine is previously, during, or after physical exercise administered Spriet et al. However, favoring energy production from this greater availability of mobilized fatty acids presents conflicting results Graham et al.
Besides, the latest international reports lack a definitive position on caffeine's possible ergogenic effects on strength-to-power exercises Goldstein et al. This occurs because the current literature is ambiguous regarding the relationship between caffeine intake and improvement in strength-to-power.
Whereas some studies Astorino et al. In this context, recent studies have shown that higher doses of caffeine above 6 mg. In these cases, the use of higher doses of caffeine could be triggering additional performance effects by increasing the calcium release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum Klein et al. This hypothesis needs to be verified since there is also a recent study Polito et al.
This inconclusive data spawns an interesting situation in which caffeine dosages between 3 and 6 mg. Thus, higher caffeine dosage effects should be investigated based on the individual's substance's tolerance and acceptability. The isolated consumption of anhydrous caffeine induces maximum plasma peaks of the substance between 30 and 90 min after consumption of low 2—3 mg.
In addition, the use of caffeine occurs mostly 60 min before the performance tests endurance, team sports, combat sports, and strength-to-power activities Grgic et al. Noteworthy, the current recommendations for optimal caffeine ingestion time in sports performance occur from scientific evidence that investigated the different times of ingestion of the substance from the performance of aerobic performance tests Bell and McLellan, ; Maughan et al.
In this context, Bell and McLellan reinforce that the caffeine supplementation 5 mg. In addition, Bell and McLellan demonstrated that consumption of the same dosage of caffeine 5 mg. In this respect, it is worth noting that the process of metabolizing caffeine occurs through the reduction of plasma levels of the caffeine, with the gradual increase of its secondary metabolites Nehlig, In addition to its isolated use, the absorption kinetics of different caffeine doses 1.
The additional use of caffeine compared to the isolated consumption of carbohydrates triggered significant improvements both in the capacity for interval running Taylor et al. In this context, the added caffeine seems to provide benefits, both in muscle recovery between two consecutives training sessions, and in ingestion during cycling tests Pedersen et al.
The actual mechanisms behind caffeine use have yet to be investigated since the high dosage of caffeine 8 mg. In addition, caffeine can also be administered through alternative forms of ingestion, such as food consumption coffee, teas, and energy drinks, for example , chewing gum, mouth rinses, and aerosol. All recommendations are based on the delivery times of caffeine in the bloodstream.
For a thorough review, the reader is referred to papers by Wickham and Spriet Caffeine withdrawal effects are present in all caffeine-related studies. It occurs through caffeine restriction protocols source foods in the moments before the performance tests. The problem is that the caffeine restriction period varies in many studies, with depriving source-food of 6 h up to days Collomp et al. This caffeine deprivation is necessary since its withdrawal in habitual users is related to the increased likelihood of caffeine Withdrawal symptoms, such as episodes of headache, increased sleepiness or tiredness, depression, irritability, and decreased alertness and productivity, nausea, and stiffness Juliano and Griffiths, ; Juliano et al.
These side-effects may impact the performance of control individuals placebo group , hindering the real understanding of the size of improvement following caffeine administration. In this context, the lack of studies investigating the effects of caffeine withdrawal on exercise performance is surprisingly critical, especially in order to establish an efficient restriction protocol.
The unwanted effects of caffeine withdrawal are generally known to occur more prominently within 12—48 h after the last ingestion Griffiths and Woodson, ; Juliano et al. In addition, the caffeine half-life can vary from 3 to 7 h depending on some characteristics de Mejia and Ramirez-Mares, , raising severe doubts about the initial condition of the placebo groups with previous deprivation of caffeine in short periods 6—24 h Bell and McLellan, ; de Alcantara Santos et al.
However, as most of the reported symptoms are subjective Juliano and Griffiths, ; Juliano et al. In this sense, a recent study Juliano et al.
The research tested the expectation of caffeine withdrawal through the consumption of a cup of coffee containing mg of caffeine or a decaffeinated version of it. Caffeinated and decaffeinated coffees were delivered to the participants and were correctly or wrongly presented to them, creating four possible intake expectations among the individuals: real caffeinated coffee; fake caffeinated coffee; real decaffeinated coffee; fake decaffeinated coffee.
For each condition, the participants filled out a standardized questionnaire in accordance with self-reported measurements on the Withdrawal Symptom Questionnaire and Caffeine Craving for 24 h, showing that higher scores were correlated to the expected absence of caffeine consumption Juliano et al. This nocebo effect due to the expectation of not consuming caffeine was also addressed in a study that performed the reduction of caffeine in habitual caffeine consumers, and it pointed out greater more withdrawal symptoms among the groups that had the perception of dose reductions during the taper dose Mills et al.
This reinforces the need for experimental designs that blind the sample to caffeine administration before performance tests. It is currently unclear whether caffeine withdrawal could cause negatively affect physical performance or whether the reduction of withdrawal symptoms provided by well-blinding the sample could impact exercise performance.
This should be focused on future research to avoid serious questions about caffeine's effectiveness on increasing exercise performance James and Rogers, Caffeine is a substance presented in a range of in natura foods, and industrialized products, commonly consumed by almost every nation in the world Magkos and Kavouras, ; Mitchell et al.
Animal studies indicate chronic caffeine consumption induces neural adaptations correlated to adenosine receptors Boulenger et al. These neural adaptations increase the number of adenosines binding sites, decreasing the development of caffeine stimulating action triggering lower tolerance of caffeine. These neural adaptations increase the number of adenosine binding sites. This may decrease caffeine stimulating action triggering tolerance to its effects.
However, there are conflicting results between the studies applied to human performance Dodd et al. In this context, Dodd et al. The individuals were subjected to an incremental cycle ergometer test, with increases of 30 w every 2 min until subjects could not maintain the stipulated cadence.
After placebo or caffeine supplementation 3 or 5 mg. The study indicated that the caffeine supplementation 6 mg. Aspects such as the lack of chronic supplementation, a variation of caffeine content in food sources, and the absence of blood circulating caffeine in the participants are strong limitations that must be considered in future studies McCusker et al.
A higher ergogenic effect was noticed after receiving caffeine over placebo, with major benefits among non-users and, also, when the exercise-initiated 1 h after caffeine consumption. Beaumont et al. After the chronic caffeine supplementation period, participants had fewer benefits in the magnitude of their work compared to the test with the same caffeine dosage initially performed Beaumont et al. In addition, another recent study Lara et al.
The results of the present study showed that chronic caffeine consumption over the stipulated period had an ergogenic effect compared to the placebo condition. But after 4 days of continuous use of caffeine, the ergogenic effects had a lesser extent when compared to the performance tests in initial caffeine supplementation.
In this scenario, chronic caffeine consumption appears to affect improving performance, and it may be necessary to administer acute dosages above those commonly consumed to avoid caffeine tolerance. Yet, studies that used the same caffeine dosages in acute and in chronic administration indicated less ergogenic caffeine effects after its acute consumption Beaumont et al.
Regardless of the usual intake, this hypothesis needs to be tested. In such cases, the time to develop caffeine tolerance can be a dose-dependent way.
Improvement in training-time-dependent physical performance is evidenced in numerous types of exercise. Studies suggest that anaerobic and aerobic activities may enjoy better yields between and h due to daily variations of the circadian cycle Racinais et al.
Since caffeine has been identified as a substance capable of affecting circadian rhythm Narishige et al.
Nutrition for the Prevention and Treatment of Injuries in Track and Field Athletes
Aim: A plethora of studies have been conducted to examine the effect of caffeine on athletic performance, with conflicting results. The purpose of the study is to investigate the effects of caffeine on muscle activity, physical training, competitive sports events and short-term physical activity. The inclusion criteria contain original articles with primary data collection, both quantitative and qualitative published research studies, and studies with athletic subjects. Results: An issue for dietitians and other sports medicine personnel is that all recommend that exercising athletes should avoid the use of caffeine because it is a diuretic, and that it may exacerbate dehydration and hyperthermia. Evidence indicates that consuming a moderate level of caffeine results in a mild increase of urine production. In addition, pre-exercise feeding may significantly affect plasma caffeine concentrations and the potential for caffeine to improve performance. On the other hand, recent studies suggest that caffeine might indeed have ergogenic potential in endurance events.
Victorian government portal for older people, with information about government and community services and programs. Type a minimum of three characters then press UP or DOWN on the keyboard to navigate the autocompleted search results. The link between good health and good nutrition is well established. Interest in nutrition and its impact on sporting performance is now a science in itself. Whether you are a competing athlete, a weekend sports player or a dedicated daily exerciser, the foundation to improved performance is a nutritionally adequate diet. Athletes who exercise strenuously for more than 60 to 90 minutes every day may need to increase the amount of energy they get from carbohydrates to between 65 and 70 per cent.
Caffeine and sports performance
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Among these injuries, skeletal muscle is the principal type, accounting for These hamstring injuries are more frequently described in sprinters, whereas overuse injuries of the lower legs are more frequently reported in middle-long distance runners and race walkers. Elite female athletes experience more relative risk: 3. For instance, athletes who reported an illness symptom causing anxiety before the competition were five times more likely to sustain an injury during the championships. Moreover, intensive training camps or tapering periods are often associated with increased stress and altered appetite response and decreased food intakes both quantitative and qualitative aspects in power-trained athletes.
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What is the real key to elite performance? According to sports psychologist turned executive coach Graham Jones, star athletes and businesspeople share one defining trait: mental toughness. Jones, who has advised Olympic medalists and Fortune executives, sees many parallels between the arenas of business and sports, especially in the behavior of people who rise to the very top. These stars have learned to love pressure because it spurs them to achieve. Inner-focused and self-directed, they concentrate on their own excellence and forget the rest. Like Darren Clarke, the golfer who inspired his team to a Ryder Cup victory shortly after the death of his beloved wife, elite performers are masters of compartmentalization.
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Он лишь хотел, чтобы восторжествовала правда. Это касалось ТРАНСТЕКСТА. Это касалось и права людей хранить личные секреты, а ведь АНБ следит за всеми и каждым. Уничтожение банка данных АНБ - акт агрессии, на которую, была уверена Сьюзан, Танкадо никогда бы не пошел. Вой сирены вернул ее к действительности. Она смотрела на обмякшее тело коммандера и знала, о чем он думает.
Коммандер спускался по лестнице, ни на мгновение не сводя с него глаз. Он быстро подошел к ним и остановился в нескольких сантиметрах от дрожащего Чатрукьяна. - Вы что-то сказали. - Сэр, - задыхаясь проговорил Чатрукьян.
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- Доктор. - Зюсс. - Он пожал плечами.
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Неисправность ТРАНСТЕКСТА угрожала и базе данных, а легкомыслие Стратмора не имело оправданий. Всем известно, что ТРАНСТЕКСТ и главная база данных АНБ тесно связаны между. Каждый новый шифр после его вскрытия переводится на безопасное хранение из шифровалки в главную базу данных АНБ по оптико-волоконному кабелю длиной 450 ярдов. В это святилище существует очень мало входов, и ТРАНСТЕКСТ - один из. Система Сквозь строй должна служить его верным часовым, а Стратмору вздумалось ее обойти.
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