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Individual differences in cardio-metabolic response to caffeine may not predict its benefits on endurance performance

Caffeine doesn't benefit every athlete to the same extent. This study aimed to discover if the ergogenic effects of caffeine could be predicted by certain physiological responses to it.

Study under review: Caffeine Supplementation: Ergogenic in Both High and Low Caffeine Responders

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What does this study really tell us?

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