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THE SUPPLEMENTATION OF CREATINE, MALTODEXTRIN AND LACTATE PRODUCTION DURING SPORT

Vinicius Dobgenski and Maria Gisele dos Santos*

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study was to examine the metabolism of lactate. During high intensity exercise, the largest tract of ATP supply are the breakdown of creatine phosphate and degradation of muscle glycogen to lactic acid. Thus, reduction of glycogen and creatine phosphate contribute to the decrease in the anaerobic energy production and exercĂ­cio.A fatigue performance is a decrease in muscle strength to maintain the power generation and the rate of relaxation, inducing alterations in the contractile characteristics of muscle and changes in electrical properties that generate malfunctions in the human neuromuscular system. Fatigue is extensively researched, but the exact mechanisms that lead to the changes it causes are still unclear. However, this fatigue is followed by a number of physiological and metabolic changes. It is concluded that blood lactate once again proves to be the best option for control of training. Moreover, the reduction of lactate demonstrates the use of smaller and larger glycolytic ATP-CP system via providing better performance.

Keywords: glycolytic ATP-CP.


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