Beijing Sport University announces research results revealing how to develop nutritional strategies for young ice hockey players
China News Service, Beijing, April 18 (Hao Lingyu) On April 17, the “Winter Sports Nutrition Forum” was held in Beijing. The School of Sports and Human Sciences of Beijing Sport University released the phased research results on the topic of winter sports nutrition at the forum. . Studies have shown that astaxanthin may delay the production of physical fatigue, and the supplementation of a good dietary structure and other nutrients may be beneficial to athletes to improve their exercise status.
The first phase of this research is centered on the “nutrition strategy and sports performance of ice hockey players”, which mainly involves ice hockey players’ dietary nutrition, energy consumption and nutritional supplement. Qiu Junqiang, a professor at the School of Sports and Human Sciences of Beijing Sport University, gave a concrete display of the completed first phase of the project. She introduced that the first phase of the project mainly included 6 applied researches and 2 mechanism researches, while the 6 basic researches were all carried out around high-intensity interval sports represented by ice hockey. The content included dietary standards for young ice hockey players, different Research on the effects of nutrient supplementation on exercise, etc.
p >Professor Qiu Junqiang from the School of Sports and Human Sciences of Beijing Sport University demonstrated the results of research
This issue of research examines the possible effects of supplementation of pyruvate, astaxanthin, carbohydrate and protein mixed drinks and ginsenoside A preliminary exploration. Qiu Junqiang said that the research team conducted research on pyruvate and acidosis, astaxanthin and anti-fatigue, mixed drinks and immune recovery, etc., accumulated sufficient experimental data, and found some preliminary results, such as ginsenosides can Increase the drop in testosterone levels that occur during long-term, high-volume exercise. She pointed out that the data obtained in the first phase of the preliminary study has laid a solid foundation for the next step in the study of how young ice hockey players can improve their sports performance through nutritional strategies.
It is understood that the first phase of the study also provides a scientific reference for the mass fitness crowd to carry out sports nutrition supplements. Qiu Junqiang further stated that the research team is currently actively preparing for the second phase of the study. The research direction will continue to focus on winter sports nutrition, helping athletes prepare for the Winter Olympics scientifically in terms of athletes’ physical function and energy metabolism, and help further promote ice and snow sports.
This forum is hosted by the School of Sports Human Sciences, Beijing Sport University, and undertaken by the Herbalife Winter Sports Nutrition Research Center. Zhang Jian, member of the Standing Committee of the Party Committee of Beijing Sport University, and vice president of the Beijing Sport University Education Foundation, said that the Winter Olympics have brought unprecedented historical opportunities to my country’s ice and snow sports, and also put forward higher requirements for scientific researchers. Cooperation in the field of scientific research with enterprises outside the school has effectively promoted international exchanges and further consolidated the scientific research strength of the school.
Tang Sihan, senior vice president of Herbalife and managing director of China and Asia Pacific, said that he is very happy to see the research results of winter sports nutrition related topics during the critical period of Chinese athletes preparing for the Winter Olympics. He also expects that the research results can effectively help athletes to improve their performance and promote the rapid development of China’s ice and snow sports. (End)