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Title: Assessment of the state of hydration of amateur corridors in the city of Sao Paulo-SP, Brazil
Authors: GUIZELLINI, Gloria MariaPERIM, PedroBARRELLA, Ana BeatrizRODRIGUES, TaniaROSSI, Luciana
Citation: RBNE-REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE NUTRICAO ESPORTIVA, v.12, n.73, p.668-674, 2018
Abstract: Practitioners of physical activity outdoors suffer direct influence of the environment on their state of hydration, losses during the exercises, if not restored, can lead to a state of dehydration, decreasing the yield in the practice of exercises. The objective was to evaluate the state of hydration of amateur runners in the city of Sao Paulo, in conditions of intense workout. The study was conducted with a sample of 18 amateur runners in the city of Sao Paulo, of both sexes and age between 31 to 54 years, practitioners of intense practice of 90 minutes duration. Weight data were collected before and after the training, skinfolds and height above. Stress Scale was used after exercise and a questionnaire about hydration. These data were used to calculate BMI, body fat percentage (%BF), percentage of weight loss (%WL) and sweating rate (%SR), associated with the results of scale of effort and the questionnaire. The results showed that the BMI (20.04 +/- 5,44kg/m(2)) and %BF (20.04 +/- 5.44%) of eutrophy, %WL to 1.5% and % SR 8.7 +/- 3.46% demonstrating good state of hydration at the end of the workout, classifying the training as tiring in accordance with a scale of effort. There was a greater concern with the hydration during and after the training, hydration was performed with water, justifying the symptoms of dehydration. Even with a good state of hydration, the effort demonstrates the need for a solution capable of restoring the losses during your workout, avoiding falling income and dehydration.
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