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Table 3 Body mass of exercise-trained men before and after dehydrating exercise

From: Comparison of coconut water and a carbohydrate-electrolyte sport drink on measures of hydration and physical performance in exercise-trained men

Time VitaCoco® Sport Drink Coconut Water
From Concentrate
Bottled Water
Pre Dehydrating Exercise 78.5 ± 7.4
79.2 (65.2 - 89.0)
77.8 ± 7.1
78.2 (65.2 - 87.3)
77.5 ± 7.6
75.6 (64.9 - 88.4)
77.8 ± 7.6
78.2 (64.8 - 89.3)
Immediately Post
Dehydrating Exercise
76.9 ± 7.2
77.4 (63.9 - 87.2)
76.1 ± 6.8
76.6 (63.8 - 85.3)
75.8 ± 7.5
73.7 (63.3 - 86.5)
76.2 ± 7.4
76.5 (63.5 - 87.4)
1 hour Post
Dehydrating Exercise
78.4 ± 7.3
79.0 (65.5 - 88.9)
77.7 ± 7.2
77.8 (65.1 - 87.6)
77.6 ± 7.6
75.5 (65.0 - 88.6)
77.9 ± 7.6
78.1 (64.9 - 90.1)
2 hours Post
Dehydrating Exercise
78.1 ± 7.2
78.3 (65.5 - 88.8)
77.4 ± 7.0
77.6 (65.1 - 87.0)
77.3 ± 7.5
75.2 (64.8 - 88)
77.4 ± 7.5
77.6 (64.7 - 88.9)
3 hours Post
Dehydrating Exercise*
77.6 ± 6.9
78.0 (65.5 - 87.9)
77.0 ± 6.8
77.2 (64.9 - 86.3)
76.9 ± 7.4
75.0 (64.6 - 87.6)
76.9 ± 7.3
76.9 (64.5 - 88.0)
  1. Data are mean ± SD (top row); median and (range) provided in bottom row
  2. *Coconut water from concentrate greater than bottled water (p = 0.023); when expressed as change from Pre Dehydrating Exercise at 3 hours Post Dehydrating Exercise. No other differences noted (p > 0.05).