Effect of honey supplementation on anaerobic performance / Harith Zaqwan Saifullizan

Saifullizan, Harith Zaqwan (2019) Effect of honey supplementation on anaerobic performance / Harith Zaqwan Saifullizan. [Student Project] (Unpublished)

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of honey supplementation on
anaerobic performance among recreational runners from Faculty of Sports Science and
Recreation. A total of thirty subjects (N=30); (20.43±O.50) in years, height (l69.33±5.19)
in centimeters and weight (64.37±8.44) in kilograms. Body mass index (22.41±2.53) in
kg.m-2 were involved in this study and selected through purposive sampling method. The
study is to investigate the effect of honey supplementation on anaerobic capacity. Paired
Sample T-Test was used to analysed this study, the study includes pre-test and post-test
by using all thirty sample. All subjects were selected by attend the selection and able to
surpass the inclusion criteria needed. During pre-test, all subjects performed 30 seconds
Wingate test. After the pre-test, all subjects must drink a honey drink that contains 20g of
Kelulut Honey and 300ml of water and blood sample will be collected. All subjects must
rest passively for 3 hours and everyone-hour blood pressure, heart rate and room
temperature will be measured. For the post-test, all subjects performed the 30 seconds
Wingate test and blood sample will be collected. Based on the Paired Sample T-Test
results, there is no significant between pre-test and post-test (P = 0.553). The overall
results also indicated the pre-test (l3.37±0.69) and post-test (l3.52±O.69). To conclude,
this finding suggests honey supplementation does not had effect on anaerobic
performance among recreational runner Faculty of Sports Science and Recreation.

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