ergogenic


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er·go·gen·ic

(er'gō-jen'ik),
Tending to increase work.

ergogenic

[ur′gōjen′ik]
a tendency to increase work output.

ergogenic

(ĕr″gō-jĕn′ĭk) [Gr. ergon, work, + gennan, to produce]
Having the ability to increase work, esp. to increase the potential for work output.
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The influence of nutritional ergogenic aids on exercise heat tolerance and hydration status.
VITAMINS Multivitamin 67 Vitamin C 60 Vitamin D 44 Multivitamin with minerals 42 Vitamin B12 39 Vitamin B6 32 Vitamin B complex 31 Vitamin E 29 Vitamin A 26 Beta-carotene 14 MINERALS % Magnesium 44 Calcium 43 Iron 38 Zinc 31 Potassium 24 Folic acid 20 Niacin 16 Selenium 16 Phosphorus 14 Copper 12 Chromium picolinate 8 Sodium bicarbonate 8 Cobalt 5 ERGOGENIC % Caffeine 72 Omega-3, -6 or -9 fish oils 38 Calorie replacements 26 Energy drinks 22 Creatine 14 Glucosamine/chondroitin 12 MCT oils 11 HMB 2 Pyruvate 1 PROTEIN/OTHER % Amino acids 29 Egg protein 23 Whey protein 21 Glutamine 18 Soy protein and isoflavones 16 Rice protein 14 Branched-chain amino acids 14 Arginine 10 Pea protein 9 Casein protein 8 Aspartic acid 6 Beta-alanine 5 Hemp protein 5 Weight-gain powders 3
com)-- Sports supplements, sometimes also known as ergogenic aids, are products which are consumed by the athletic centric consumers to enhance their athletic performance.
The herb has been promoted for multiple pharmacologic effects, including adaptogenic, CNS, cardiovascular, endocrine, ergogenic, antineoplastic, and immunomodulatory effects.
Sport supplements and ergogenic aids are products used to enhance athletic performance.
8) Increased IMS at higher intensities may have influenced the TT, as described above resulting in decreased dyspnea and improved breathing patterns to explain the observed ergogenic effects.
For example, researchers have used false information about ergogenic aids to improve weight lifting performance in power lifters (Maganaris, Collins, & Sharp, 2000) and college students (Kalasountas, Reed, & Fitzpatrick, 2007).
sports--specific training, caloric needs, and lifestyle optimization), then the athlete and associated team will be in a better position to determine appropriate supplemental ergogenic aids.
Kolb, said the general expectation for sports products are that they will provide an increase in performance or ergogenic effects beyond the effect of training.
A study by Stephens and Olsen (2001) regarding ergogenic (also known as performance-enhancing) supplements and health risk behaviors found that supplement use is associated with certain risky health behaviors.
When you drink coffee 20 minutes before a workout, it also acts as an ergogenic aid enabling you to train more intensively.