Literatuur Pre-workout Cafeïne


  1. Efficacy of Acute Caffeine Ingestion for Short-term High-Intensity Exercise Performance: A Systematic Review. Astorino, Todd A; Roberson, Daniel W.
  2. International society of sports nutrition position stand: caffeine and performance. Erica R Goldstein1Tim ZiegenfussDoug KalmanRichard KreiderBill CampbellColin WilbornLem TaylorDarryn WilloughbyJeff StoutB Sue GravesRobert WildmanJohn L IvyMarie SpanoAbbie E SmithJose Antonio. 
  3. Caffeine and Sports Activity: A Review. Nehlig1 , G. Debry2.,prolonged%20activity%20of%20submaximal%20intensity.
  4. Caffeinated chewing gum increases repeated sprint performance and augments increases in testosterone in competitive cyclists. Carl D Paton1Timothy LoweAthena Irvine.
  5. Effects of caffeine on repeated sprint ability, reactive agility time, sleep and next day performance. K J Pontifex1K E WallmanB T DawsonC Goodman
  6. The effect of caffeine ingestion on mood state and bench press performance to failure. Michael J Duncan1Samuel W Oxford.
  7. Caffeine and Exercise, Metabolism, Endurance and Performance. Sports Med31, 785–807 (2001).
  8. Effect of Caffeine on Sport-Specific Endurance Performance: A Systematic Review. Ganio, Matthew S; Klau, Jennifer F; Casa, Douglas J; Armstrong, Lawrence E; Maresh, Carl
  9. Caffeine and Anaerobic Performance, Ergogenic Value and Mechanisms of Action. K. Davis & J. Matt Green.
  10. Effects of caffeine on prolonged intermittent-sprint ability in team-sport athletes. Knut Thomas Schneiker1David BishopBrian DawsonLaurence Peter Hackett.
  11. Verbeterde sportprestaties bij 5mg-kg. Effect of two doses of caffeine on muscular function during isokinetic exercise. Todd A Astorino1Michael N TerziDaniel W RobersonTimothy R Burnett.
  12. Caffeine ingestion reverses the circadian rhythm effects on neuromuscular performance in highly resistance-trained men. Ricardo Mora-Rodríguez1Jesús García PallarésÁlvaro López-SamanesJuan Fernando OrtegaValentín E Fernández-Elías.