L'effetto della reidratazione, dopo sauna, con acqua normale e ricca di bicarbonato di calcio sul comportamento muscolare

Translated title of the contribution: The effect of normal and calcium bicarbonate rich water replacement after sauna on muscle behaviour

C. Bosco, G. Annino, M. De Angelis, O. Tsarpela, F. Ongano, C. Foti, R. Manno, S. D'Ottavio, U. Tarantino, E. Padua, J. Tihanyi

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Aim. The present investigation was undertaken to study if the different fluid replacement (normal vs calcium bicarbonate rich water) could influence heavy cycling performance and explosive power. The purpose of the present study is to compare the effect of water replacement during sauna bath using 2 different types of water intake: Normal vscalcium rich bicarbonate and very low sodium concentration (Sangemini, Italy) on muscle mechanical behaviour. Methods. A group of 27 healthy and moderately active students, 19 males and 8 females, randomly assigned in 2 groups have performed the same test protocol in 2 sessions. After 5 minutes of warming up on an electro-magnetically-braked cycle ergometer at 50 W for males and 35 W for females, and free revolutions per minute, and 3 minutes of static stretching the subjects performed a counter movement jump (CMJ) and after a modified Wingate test on the cycle ergometer for 60 s. The Wingate test started from 0 rpm and the torque was set at 0.7 Nm/kg body weight for the males and 0.67 Nm/kg body weight for the females. Mechanical power, synchronised with electromyography (EMG) analysis from the mm Vastus lateralis and medialis and Lactate (mM/L) were measured. In the 2nd session the subjects took first a Finnish sauna bath at 90° and 100% humidity. After sauna the subjects drunk water from a bottle ad libitum, and 1 hour after the sauna performed the 2nd test with the same protocol than in the 1st session. The Group A (Control group) took a normal water while the Group B (Experimental group) took a calcium bicarbonate rich water. Results. In the jumping performance the group treated with calcium water bicarbonate showed a significantly increase of height of the centre of gravity (31,6±7,12 cm vs 32,3±7,42 cm p+) on Ca2+ binding mechanism. This is a simple suggestions which, however cannot explain why the experimental subjects drinking calcium bicarbonate rich water developed lower blood [Lac-]. On basis of the present results it can be suggested that drinking calcium bicarbonate rich water helps the athletes to perform strenuous work by reducing the blood [Lac-] accumulation.

Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)33-39
Number of pages7
JournalMedicina dello Sport
Volume56
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2003

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Steam Bath
Muscles
Water
Drinking
Quadriceps Muscle
Body Weight
Muscle Stretching Exercises
calcium bicarbonate
Torque
Gravitation
Electromyography
Bicarbonates
Humidity
Baths
Athletes
Italy
Lactic Acid
Sodium
Students
Control Groups

Keywords

  • Muscle, skeletal
  • Steam bath
  • Water

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
  • Physical Therapy, Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation
  • Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

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L'effetto della reidratazione, dopo sauna, con acqua normale e ricca di bicarbonato di calcio sul comportamento muscolare. / Bosco, C.; Annino, G.; De Angelis, M.; Tsarpela, O.; Ongano, F.; Foti, C.; Manno, R.; D'Ottavio, S.; Tarantino, U.; Padua, E.; Tihanyi, J.

In: Medicina dello Sport, Vol. 56, No. 1, 03.2003, p. 33-39.

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Bosco, C, Annino, G, De Angelis, M, Tsarpela, O, Ongano, F, Foti, C, Manno, R, D'Ottavio, S, Tarantino, U, Padua, E & Tihanyi, J 2003, 'L'effetto della reidratazione, dopo sauna, con acqua normale e ricca di bicarbonato di calcio sul comportamento muscolare', Medicina dello Sport, vol. 56, no. 1, pp. 33-39.
Bosco C, Annino G, De Angelis M, Tsarpela O, Ongano F, Foti C et al. L'effetto della reidratazione, dopo sauna, con acqua normale e ricca di bicarbonato di calcio sul comportamento muscolare. Medicina dello Sport. 2003 Mar;56(1):33-39.
Bosco, C. ; Annino, G. ; De Angelis, M. ; Tsarpela, O. ; Ongano, F. ; Foti, C. ; Manno, R. ; D'Ottavio, S. ; Tarantino, U. ; Padua, E. ; Tihanyi, J. / L'effetto della reidratazione, dopo sauna, con acqua normale e ricca di bicarbonato di calcio sul comportamento muscolare. In: Medicina dello Sport. 2003 ; Vol. 56, No. 1. pp. 33-39.
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