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Table 5 Performance during max broad jumps

From: Effects of acute carbohydrate ingestion on anaerobic exercise performance

   Average distance (cm) 15 g/h 30 g/h 60 g/h
Max Broad Jumps CON 246.2 ± 29.7 1.0 %; -5.0 to 10.0 (0.09) 72.3 %, possibly (553) p = 0.55 -1.2 %; -13.3 to 7.2 (0.12) 28.8 %, possibly (341) p = 0.58 0.7 %; -8.7 to 12.1 (0.06) 61.7 %, possibly (1987) p = 0.76
15 g/h 248.7 ± 26.6   2.2 %; -17.4 to 6.3 (0.22) -79.9 %, (likely) (76) p = 0.40 -0.3 %; -9.8 to 8.3 (0.03) 43.3 %, possibly (10586) p = 0.87
30 g/h 243.2 ± 22.6    2.0 %; -4.6 to 14.2 (0.21) 81.7 %, likely (74) p = 0.68
60 g/h 247.2 ± 29.7    
  1. Data indicate max broad jump distance with ingestion of 15, 30, and 60 g/h 2:1 glucose: fructose (mean total repetitions ± SD) and %improvement in jump distance [1st line: %improvement, 90 % confidence interval limits, and Cohen’s effect size (ES; in parentheses); 2nd line: chances (% and qualitative) of meaningful improvement (>0.5 % CV) and sample size needed for a magnitude-based inference about the practical significance of the observed changes in performance for a power of 80 % (in parentheses); 3rd line: exact P value from pairwise t-test]