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Protein Supplementation Does Not Augment Adaptations to Endurance Exercise Training.

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Summary of "Protein Supplementation Does Not Augment Adaptations to Endurance Exercise Training."

Recently, it has been speculated that protein supplementation may further augment the adaptations to chronic endurance exercise training. We assessed the effect of protein supplementation during chronic endurance exercise training on whole-body oxidative capacity (V˙O2max) and endurance exercise performance.

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Name: Medicine and science in sports and exercise
ISSN: 1530-0315
Pages: 2041-2049

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