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Thirst Perception Tracks Progressive Dehydration During Exercise In The Heat
Thirst is claimed to be a perfect measure of fluid needs, but insufficient information is available on the association between thirst perception and actual dehydration. Purpose: to assess the strength of the actual ...
Can We Improve The Bosco Test? A Biomechanical Analysis
PURPOSE: To compare average power output (APO) results as calculated directly fro m instantaneous vertical ground reaction forces (IVGRFs), with the Bosco Test APO. METHODS: 18 sedentary adult males (21.6±2.4 years, ...
Voluntary Drinking Cessation is Associated with Recovery of Plasma Osmolality but not of Thirst Perception, Usg, Or Body Mass
Post-exercise rehydration has been widely studied, with special emphasis on retention of ingested fluid; little research has been done on why we drink more or less. Purpose: To identify if voluntary drinking cessation ...