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Effect of caffeine ingestion on fluid balance during exercise in the heat and during recovery
South African Journal of Sports Medicine
Background. The effect of ingestion of a common stimulant, caffeine, on fluid balance during exercise and recovery is not fully known. Objectives. To determine the effect of caffeine on fluid balance during exercise in the heat and during a 3-hour recovery period thereafter. Methods. In a randomised, controlled design, caffeine-naive participants (N=8) pedalled on a bike to achieve 2.5% baseline body mass loss in a hot environment in four separate conditions: with (C+) or without (C-) caffeinedoi:10.7196/sajsm.513 fatcat:ytesj4ivbff5xd6vqhx6ux2swq