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Fig. 4 | BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation

Fig. 4

From: Angiotensin-(1–7) oral formulation improves physical performance in mountain bike athletes: a double‐blinded crossover study

Fig. 4

Physical performance. a Total exercise time (TET); p = 0.04142; t = 2.263; Effect Size (ES) (Cohen’s d = 0.17); Lower 95 % CI of mean for HPβ-CD-Placebo = 34.88 & Hβ-CD-Ang-(1–7) = 35.76; Upper 95 % CI of mean for HPβ-CD-Placebo = 41.40 & Hβ-CD-Ang-(1–7) = 42.44 (n = 14); b VO2max; p = 0.04169; t = 2.203; ES d = 0.55; Lower 95 % CI for Placebo = 58.07 & Ang-(1–7) = 61.01; Upper 95 % CI for Placebo = 64.57 & Ang-(1–7) = 71.60 (n = 14); c Mechanical work (MW); p = 0.02575; t = 2.577; ES d = 0.21; Lower 95 % CI for Placebo = 122.6 & Ang-(1–7) = 128.9; Upper 95 % CI for Placebo = 173.7 & Ang-(1–7) = 184.5 (n = 12); d Mechanical efficiency (ME); t = 1.385; ES d = 0.10; Lower 95 % CI for Placebo = 15.55 & Ang-(1–7) = 15.63; Upper 95 % CI for Placebo = 18.95 & Ang-(1–7) = 19.47 (n = 12); e Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPE); significative difference between the two conditions HPβ-CD-Placebo and HPβ-CD-Ang-(1–7) during the performance of physical test was observed for the RPE (F = 21.77; p < 0.0001) box and whisker (min to max)

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