The Impact of Acute Calcium Intake on Bone Turnover Markers during a Training Day in Elite Male Rowers

Bronwen Lundy, Alannah K. A. Mckay, Nikita C. C. Fensham, Nicolin Tee, Bryce Anderson, Aimee Morabito, Megan L. R. Ross, Marc Sim, Kathryn E. E. Ackerman, Louise M. M. Burke

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Abstract

Introduction: Although an acute exercise session typically increases bone turnover markers (BTM), the impact of subsequent sessions and the interaction with preexercise calcium intake remain unclear despite the application to the "real-life" training of many competitive athletes. Methods: Using a randomized crossover design, elite male rowers (n = 16) completed two trials, a week apart, consisting of two 90-min rowing ergometer sessions (EX1, EX2) separated by 150 min. Before each trial, participants consumed a high (CAL; similar to 1000 mg) or isocaloric low (CON;

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)55-65
Number of pages11
JournalMedicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
Volume55
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2023

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