Effects Of Caffeine On Prolonged Intermittent-sprint Ability In Team-sport Athletes
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The testing protocol was in trained athletes, with 4 second sprints separated by a 2 minute active recovery at 35% VO2 max. 18 of these sprints were conducted per half, and two halves were done with a break in between.
Caffeine group had greater peak power achieved during the sprints (7% in the first half, 6.6% in the second half) and did a greater total volume of work (8.5% in the first half, 7.6% in the second).