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Table 2 Morning and afternoon cycling sessions when CHO-WP-MPH and CHO-WP were consumed

From: The effect of low dose marine protein hydrolysates on short-term recovery after high intensity performance cycling: a double-blinded crossover study

 CHO-WP-MPHCHO-WP
N = 14N = 14
 MorningAfternoon MorningAfternoon 
 Mean ± SDMean ± SDp-valueMean ± SDMean ± SDp-value
Time at 95% of V̇O2max (min)1,26.2 ± 4.64.8 ± 3.10.0266.0 ± 4.55.5 ± 4.60.121
HR (bpm)2181 ± 8180 ± 80.166182 ± 7180 ± 70.052
RER31.06 ± 0.041.06 ± 0.040.4861.05 ± 0.051.11 ± 0.220.331
Lactate (mmol/L)213.1 ± 2.111.3 ± 2.3< 0.00113.2 ± 2.011.1 ± 2.2< 0.001
Glucose (mmol/L)25.4 ± 1.44.6 ± 1.10.0015.2 ± 1.54.6 ± 1.00.015
  1. Data are presented as mean values± standard deviations (SD). The P-value represents the significance level of the difference between the morning and the afternoon cycling sessions for CHO-WP-MPH and CHO-WP, respectively. CHO, carbohydrate; WP, whey protein; MPH, marine protein hydrolysate; V̇O2max, maximal oxygen uptake; HR, Heart rate; RER, respiratory exchange ratio. 1Performance at cycling sessions measured as time to exhaustion (min) when cycling at a workload corresponding to 95% of V̇O2max. 2Measured at the end of the cycling sessions. 3RER measured at 90% of V̇O2max