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Acute caffeine supplementation promotes small to moderate improvements in performance tests indicative of in-game success in professional female basketball players

Published on Aug 1, 2019in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism3.455
· DOI :10.1139/apnm-2018-0671
Emilija Stojanović4
Estimated H-index: 4
(University of Kragujevac),
Nenad Stojiljković9
Estimated H-index: 9
(University of Niš)
+ 4 AuthorsZoran Milanović12
Estimated H-index: 12
(University of Niš)
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Abstract
The aim of this study was to determine the effect of acute caffeine supplementation on anaerobic performance in professional female basketball players. A double-blind, placebo-controlled, experimen...
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AbstractStojanovic, E, Aksovic, N, Stojiljkovic, N, Stankovic, R, Scanlan, AT, and Milanovic, Z. Reliability, usefulness, and factorial validity of change-of-direction speed tests in adolescent basketball players. J Strength Cond Res 33(11): 3162–3173, 2019—The purposes of this study were to (1) det
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Numerous foundational movements performed during basketball are predicated on underlying power-related attributes, including speed, change-of-direction (COD), and jumping. Accordingly, fitness testing batteries for basketball have incorporated an assortment of linear speed tests, COD tests, and jump tests. However, because of the wide variety of testing options, it is difficult for basketball practitioners to select appropriate testing protocols for the assessment of power-related attributes. As...
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Caffeine use is widespread in sport, with a strong evidence base demonstrating its ergogenic effect. Based on existing research, current guidelines recommend ingestion of 3–9 mg/kg approximately 60 min prior to exercise. However, the magnitude of performance enhancement following caffeine ingestion differs substantially between individuals, with the spectrum of responses ranging between highly ergogenic to ergolytic. These extensive inter-individual response distinctions are mediated by variatio...
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#1Emilija Stojanović (University of Niš)H-Index: 4
#2Nenad Stojiljković (University of Niš)H-Index: 9
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Background Basketball is a popular, court-based team sport that has been extensively studied over the last decade.
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Although a large body of evidence exists documenting the ergogenic properties of caffeine, most studies have focused on endurance performance. However, findings from endurance sports cannot be generalized to performance in ball games where, apart from having a high level of endurance, successful athletic performances require a combination of physiological, technical and cognitive capabilities. The purpose of this review was to critically evaluate studies that have examined the effect of a single...
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ABSTRACTThis study examined effects of 4 weeks of caffeine supplementation on endurance performance. Eighteen low-habitual caffeine consumers ( 0.05). Before supplementation, all participants completed one VO2peak test, one practice trial and 2 experimental trials (acute 3 mg · kg−1 caffeine [precaf] and placebo [testpla]). During the supplementation period a second VO2peak test was completed on day 21 before a final, acute 3 mg · kg−1 caffeine trial (postcaf) on day 29. Trials consisted of 60 m...
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The aim of this study was to determine the effect of caffeine intake on overall basketball performance in experienced players. A double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized experimental design was used for this investigation. In two different sessions separated by one week, 20 experienced basketball players ingested 3 mg of caffeine/kg of body mass or a placebo. After 60 min, participants performed 10 repetitions of the following sequence: Abalakov jump, Change-of-Direction and Acceleration Tes...
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Purpose Caffeine-containing energy drinks (EDs) are currently used as ergogenic aids to improve physical performance in a wide variety of sport disciplines. However, the outcomes of previous investigations on this topic are inconclusive due to methodological differences, especially, in the dosage of the active ingredients and the test used to assess performance.
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Caffeine has been shown to enhance strength, power and endurance, characteristics that underpin performance in rugby. Caffeinated gum has attracted interest as a novel vehicle for delivering caffeine, because absorption of caffeine from gum is quick. Rapid absorption of caffeine may be useful during rugby matches when there is limited time for supplementation such as at half-time or when substitutes enter play. The purpose of this study was to determine whether a low dose of caffeine in gum impr...
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