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The present study used a quantitative experimental design with outcome measures of hydration levels, heart rate (HR) during the match, rate of perceived exertion (RPE) after the match, rate of perceived fatigue (RPF) after the match, and muscle glycogen levels. Participants were split into two groups, 10 starters from both schools to simulate a dual meet style matchup. Each group went through two testing sessions which the first session was weight measurements five days before competition to test for rapid weight loss (RWL) and the second testing session was weight measurements, urine analysis, HR, RPE, RPF, and muscle glycogen.

Publication Date

Spring 2022

City

Boiling Springs, NC

Disciplines

Medicine and Health Sciences | Movement and Mind-Body Therapies | Rehabilitation and Therapy | Sports Sciences

The Effect of Nutrient Intake by Collegiate Wrestlers Post-Weigh-in to Optimize Performance Intensity

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