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Hydrolyzed Collagen Supplementation on Lower Body Stiffness in Recreational Triathletes
Asian Journal of Sports Medicine
Myotendinous stiffness is related to the collagen content of the muscle and tendon, and can be estimated during running by changes in vertical stiffness (kvert) and the resulting modifications of the spatiotemporal parameters (on-off ground asymmetry and landing-takeoff asymmetry). Supplementation with amino acids found in collagen, such as proline, glycine, and hydroxyl proline, combined with ascorbic acid, improve collagen synthesis and potentially result in improved mechanical strength anddoi:10.5812/asjsm.107893 fatcat:xoudmzmklneslfdnum4wcgbhf4