Volume 23(5): April, 2018

DRUGS IN SPORT 7

This fifth issue of Volume 23 of Coaching Science Abstracts reviews articles concerned with drugs in sport. The entries in this issue have served as a resource for the editor when trying to understand this complex and undesirable phenomenon. It is far from being exhaustive of the topic.

Other resources that are related to this issue's topic are as follows:

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CAFFEINE

  1. CAFFEINE PLUS EXERCISE IMPROVES COGNITIVE FUNCTION

    Shulder, R., Hall, E. E., & Miller, P. (2013). The influence of exercise and caffeine on cognitive function in college students. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(5), Supplement abstract number 2369.

  2. FEMALE RUNNERS BENEFIT FROM A PRE-WORKOUT CAFFEINE SUPPLEMENT

    Gorma, B., A., & Mellick, P. F. (2014). The effects of pre-workout supplementation on endurance performance in healthy collegiate females. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 46(5), Supplement abstract number 2743.

  3. THE COMBINATION OF CREATINE AND CAFFEINE TAKEN BEFORE EXERCISE IMPROVES RUNNING PERFORMANCE

    Santana, J. O., Avelar, B., Rocha, A., Madureira, D., Donghia, P. S., Rocha, L. Y., Zocoler, C., & Caperuto, E. C. (2014). Creatine and caffeine associated improve performance in runners without increase in total body weight. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 46(5), Supplement abstract number 2746.

  4. CAFFEINE SUPPLEMENTATION IMPROVES TRIATHLON PERFORMANCE

    Potgieter, S., Smith, C., Wright, H., & Warnich, L. (2014). The effect of caffeine supplementation on Olympic distance triathletes and triathlon performance in South Africa. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 46(5), Supplement abstract number 2748.

  5. CAFFEINE REDUCES EXERCISE-INDUCED DEGRADATION OF RAPID EYE MOVEMENTS

    Connell, C. J., Thompson, B., Duncan, S., Claffey, M. P., Khun G., & Gant, N. (2014). Fatigue-induced impairments in eye-movement velocity are reversed by caffeine. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 46(5), Supplement abstract number 2754.

  6. CAFFEINE AND PLACEBO EFFECTS DEMONSTRATED IN A CAFFEINE STUDY

    Soares, E. M., Molina, G. E., & Fontana, K. E. (2016). Caffeine supplementation and muscle endurance a balanced placebo design study. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5), Supplement abstract number 257.

  7. CAFFEINE SUPPLEMENTATION ENHANCES SPRINTING

    Falkenklous, J., Alsup, J., Ryan, M., & Reneau, P. (2015). Effect of caffeine and rest time on repeated sprint running performance. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 47(5), Supplement abstract number 1405.

    OTHER DRUGS AND PROCEDURES

  8. SALBUTAMOL DOES NOT AFFECT SOCCER PERFORMANCE

    Dickinson, J. W., Chester, N., Hu, J., Drust, B., Loosemoore, M., & Whyte, G. (2013). Play on: The impact of inhaled salbutamol on soccer performance in males and females. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(5), Supplement abstract number 2391.

  9. ALLOWABLE SALBUTAMOL DOSES DO NOT ENHANCE RUNNING PERFORMANCE

    Whyte, G. P., Dickinson, J., Chester, N., Hu, J., Drust, B., & Loosemore, M. (2013). The ergogenic and pharmokinetics impact of short acting beta2-agonist on 5 km time-trial performance. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(5), Supplement abstract number 2420.

  10. MELATONIN INCREASES CARBOHYDRATE USE IN AEROBIC EXERCISE

    Nelson, A. G., Davis, G. R., Farney, T. M., Miskowiec, R. W., Trionfante, C. P., & Kokkonen, J. (2013). A pre-exercise dose of melatonin can alter substrate use during exercise. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(5), Supplement abstract number 2394.

  11. MELATONIN DOES NOT AFFECT CYCLING PERFORMANCE

    Brandenberger, K. (2013). Exogenous supplementation of melatonin does not affect 20-mile cycling time-trial performance. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(5), Supplement abstract number 2395.

  12. RHODIOLA CRENULATA PLUS CRODYCEPS SINENSIS SUPPLEMENTATION REDUCES THE EFFECTS OF ALTITUDE ON BRAIN HEMOGLOBIN

    Ho, C.-T., Lin, C.-H., Su, C.-L., Chen, C.-C., Cheng, L.-L, & Chen, C.-Y. (2013). Effect of Rhodiola Crenulata plus Crodyceps Sinensis supplementation on muscle and brain oxygenation levels following short-term altitude training. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(5), Supplement abstract number 2403.

  13. RHODIOLA CRENULATA AND CORDYCEPS SINENSIS SUPPLEMENTATION DURING ALTITUDE TRAINING IMPROVES AEROBIC PERFORMANCE

    Chen, C.-Y., Lin, C.-H., Liao, Y.-H., Hung, T.-C., Hou, C.-W., Chen, C.-C., & Cheng, L.-L. (2013). Rhodiola Crenulata and Cordyceps Sinensis based supplementation enhance the aerobic exercise performance after two weeks of altitude training. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(5), Supplement abstract number 2404.

  14. CREATINE MAY COUNTERACT THE INTERFERENCE PHENOMENON IN CONCURRENT EXERCISE

    Painelli, V. de S., Alves, V. T., Silva, V. E., Riani, L. A., Ugrinowitsch, C, Tricoli, V. A., & Braga, F. (2014). Creatine counteracts the acute interference effect of aerobic exercise on strength performance. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 46(5), Supplement abstract number 1794.

  15. CREATINE-ALONE OR A MULTIPLE-SUPPLEMENT WAS NOT EFFECTIVE IN ALTERING ANAEROBIC POWER

    Huey, K., & Duwe, B. (2016). Effects of a pre-exercise supplement on anaerobic power and blood lactate in males and females. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5), Supplement abstract number 247.

  16. TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER FAILS TO ALTER TESTOSTERONE, STRENGTH, OR LEAN BODY MASS DURING A RESISTANCE-TRAINING PROGRAM

    Gonzalez, M., Reed, M., Fowkes-Godik, S., & Cattano, N. (2016). The effects of testosterone boosters on testosterone, strength, and body composition in young trained males. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5), Supplement abstract number 234.

  17. DHEA SUPPLEMENTATION DOES NOT ALTER TENNIS-SKILL PERFORMANCES

    Otaka, M., Lin, C.-H., Kuo, C.-H., & Chen, S.-M. (2016). Null effect Of DHEA-S on muscle strength and serving performance in young women. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48(5), Supplement abstract number 243.

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