Curcumin Supplementation and Its Effect on Recovery Process Following Peripheral Fatigue
Rizki Hazazi Ali, Hamidie Ronald Daniel Ray, Agus Rusdiana
Rizki Hazazi Ali
Available Online November 2019.
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- Curcumin, Peripheral Fatigue, Recovery
- The purpose of this study was to determine the ability of curcumin for accelerating the recovery process after peripheral fatigue in human; as well as lactate clearance (LC), decrease of heart rate (DHR) and the recovery of vertical jump performance identified by the leg power (LP) and jump height (JH). 18 healthy men (age = 19.68 ± 0.7 y.o; BMI = 20.94 ± 1.43 Kg/m2; VO2Max = 49.30 ± 3.5 ml/kg/min) were divided into two groups (experiment and control) carried out the experimental trial for 4 weeks. Endurance training using ergocycle with moderate intensity (50-70% HRMax) was done 3 times a week. 1.1 gram/day curcumin consumed by experimental group and the control group was given a placebo sugar within. Measurements were made three times; baseline, week 2 and week 4. Experimental group showed increase of DHR. On the other way, LC only significantly increase at week 4 compared with the baseline. However, vertical jump performance recovery did not significantly increase. Comparing with the control group, only leg power recovery is significantly different, yet the mean of the experimental group mostly greater than control. The conclusion of this current results indicated that curcumin supplementation has potential to accelerate the recovery process due to peripheral fatigue.
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TY - CONF AU - Rizki Hazazi Ali AU - Hamidie Ronald Daniel Ray AU - Agus Rusdiana PY - 2019/11 DA - 2019/11 TI - Curcumin Supplementation and Its Effect on Recovery Process Following Peripheral Fatigue BT - 5th International Conference on Physical Education, Sport, and Health (ACPES 19) PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/acpes-19.2019.76 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/acpes-19.2019.76 ID - Ali2019/11 ER -