ergogenic


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ergogenic

(ˌɜːɡəʊˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(General Physics) giving energy
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Yet, studies have shown that NaHC[O.sub.3] may not only be an ergogenic, but also an ergolytic substance (Deb et al., 2018).
These helplines have been conventionally called ergogenic resources.
Energy drinks contain a number of nutrients that affect mental and physical performance, but its primary ergogenic nutrient appears to be caffeine or carbohydrate.
Since ancient times, competitive athletes have been familiar with the use of ergogenic aids, and they will probably continue to use unfair and harmful substances in future because their inclination to victory, along with the mirage of glory and money, will probably overcome health and legal risks.
Thus, unlike the saturation protocol, the ergogenic benefits of low and continuous dose supplementation of creatine have not yet been fullyelucidated, and issues such as dose, minimum time of use, and influence of resistance training during supplementation remain the subjects of doubt and questions in the scientific and sports field.
Oftentimes nutrient supplementation and ergogenic aids (caffeine, sports drinks, or illegal substances) are also consumed regularly to enhance performance during high intensity exercise.
It covers integrated training essentials; the science of human movement; testing in sports performance; flexibility training concepts; metabolic energy system training; core training concepts; balance training concepts; plyometric training concepts; speed, agility, and quickness training; resistance training concepts; Olympic lifting for performance enhancement; the science of periodization and the Optimum Performance Training model; preventing injury to the athlete; performance nutrition; ergogenic aids; and psychology in sports performance.