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Effect of a Small Dose of Alcohol on the Endurance Performance of Trained Cyclists
Alcohol and Alcoholism
Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of an acute small ethanol (EtOH) dose (0.5 ml EtOH/kg fat-free mass, combined with carbohydrate) in a drink on endurance performance of trained cyclists. Methods: Thirteen well-trained male cyclists took part in this study. A 60-min cycling endurance performance test (time trial) was performed in a calorimetric chamber after drinking an EtOH (30 ± 1.8 ml) or a non-EtOH control (C) drink. Results: Overall, EtOH induced a significantdoi:10.1093/alcalc/agn108 pmid:19136497 fatcat:f7f24phg4vfljbosyjclh54qou