Official Journal of Department of Physical Education, Bharathiar University Coimbatore
Vol. 12 No. 1 (2021): Volume 12, Issue 1, Year 2021
Articles

Chocolate Milk: A Pre-Exercise Drink

Prabhu Pandian P
Assistant sports Officer, Indian institute of technology Bombay, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400076, India
Rajkumar M
Professor of Physical Education, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 641046, India
Anand Jadhav
General Physicians, Mumbai.
Lingaraj N
Physical Training Instructor, MEPCO Schlenk college of Engineering, Sivakasi. Tamil Nadu 626005, India

Published 2021-01-14

Keywords

  • Pre-exercise supplements,
  • Chocolate milk,
  • Glucose and A 2 (group) × 4 (time) repeated measures ANOVA

How to Cite

P, P. P., M, R., Jadhav, A., & N, L. (2021). Chocolate Milk: A Pre-Exercise Drink. Bharathiar National Journal of Physical Education and Exercise Science (ISSN:0976-3678) E-ISSN Applied (International Peer-Reviewed Journal), 12(1), 18–21. Retrieved from https://budpejournal.com/index.php/bnjpees/article/view/24

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of chocolate milk as a pre- exercise supplements field setting in male participants. At this end of the investigation, we tested the effects of commercially-available drinks on glucose in a field-based experiment with male participants. Methods: eleven male participants have volunteered for this experiment. Measure included in this study is glucose level. Participants were requested consume chocolate milk before the start of the exercise. After 20 (twenty) minutes from the consumption of chocolate milk, the participants were instructed to do exercise for 45 (forty-five) minutes. Results: A 2 (group) × 4 (time) repeated measures ANOVA showed there was a significant interaction of glucose score between groups. At the beginning the glucose level for both groups (Test I), glucose level is increased almost 11.24% in Test II which is taken after 20 minutes from the Test I. Test III which is taken immediately after exercise 45 minutes from the glucose level is increased 5.70% when compared to no drink. Test IV is taken immediately after 20 minutes of rest the glucose level is increased 7.14% compared no drink. Conclusion: This is the first study comparing the impact of Chocolate Milk as pre exercise drink on male participants in field base experiments. Chocolate Milk had a more positive effect on glucose should be considered as pre-exercise drink. Doing with more participants and longer days of experiments will give a clear evidence in futuristic research.

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