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Recruitment is now taking place for a wide variety of sport teams and athletes wishing to understand more about sport supplements and how they can influence repeated sprint performance.
Athletes of all abilities consume a variety sport supplements with the belief that it can improve performance. However, they often use supplements without critically considering the risks and side effects these substances may have. National governing bodies often warn and advise athletes about sport supplements, but research suggests athletes require more information and greater education. The aim of this research is to demonstrate and educate how sport supplements influence performance over a repeated sprint protocol.
If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Philip Hurst for more information about the research.
Telephone: +44 (0)1227 767700 Ext 3130
For information about Philip Hurst, please visit his PhD profile.
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