CAFFEINE DOES NOT AFFECT AGILITY
Lorino, A. J., Lloyd, L. K., Crixell, S. H., Walker, J. L., & Ransone, J. W. (2005). The effects of caffeine on athletic agility. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37(5), Supplement abstract 234.
Adult males (N = 16) performed two trials of the Pro-agility Run Test and the 30-s Wingate Test 2-3 days apart. One trial was preceded by a 6 mg/kg dose of caffeine and the other by a placebo.
Caffeine did not effect any measure of agility performance.
Implication. Caffeine does not improve agility performance.
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