The Effect of Using Carnitine as a Dietary Supplement on Weight Loss and the Effectiveness of the Skill Performance of Boxers
The purpose of this study is to identify the effect of carnitine intake as a dietary supplement on weight loss and the effective performance of boxers. The experimental method was used on a random sample of boxing students in the third division of the Faculty of Physical Education - Mansoura University and registered in Dakahlia. The main research sample was (5) boxers. The food supplement was used in the final form (al-carnitine, zinc and vitamin C) during the pre-match period for 4 weeks. The most important results were the use of dietary supplements - carnitine, VC, zinc) to improve the ability to lose weight. (16.1%) and the effectiveness of defensive behavior (11.2%) while the effectiveness of the tactical activity (13.8%) for the sample of the study.
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