Data associated with the PhD thesis' The effects if vitamin D3 supplementation on the aerobic and anaerobic exercise performance of recreational combat sport athletes'.
Study 1 investigated the dose response of weekly vitamin D3 supplementation of different doses in recreational combat sport athletes with respect to aerobic and anaerobic exercise performance (Marley, A., Grant, M. C., & Babraj, J. (2021). Weekly vitamin D3 supplementation improves aerobic performance in combat sport athletes. European Journal of Sport Science, 21(3), 379-387. https://doi.org/10.1080/17461391.2020.1744736).
Study 2 supplemented either vitamin D3 or a placebo for six weeks combined with twice-weekly sprint interval training in recreational combat athletes to ascertain of vitamin D3 could possess an additive effect to sprint interval training (Marley, A., Grant, M. C., & Babraj, J. (2022). Vitamin D3 supplementation combined with sprint interval training improves aerobic and anaerobic exercise performance over sprint interval training alone in recreational combat sport athletes. Science and Sports, 37(3), 217.e1-217.e10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scispo.2021.07.004).
Study 3 supplemented either vitamin D3 or a placebo for two weeks combined with two weeks of hill sprint and battling rope training to ascertain the effect on repeated sprint ability and strength in recreational combat athletes.
|Date made available||17 Aug 2022|
|Temporal coverage||2018 - 2022|
|Date of data production||2018 - 2022|
- high intensity interval training
- Sprint interval training