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ergogenic Syllabification: er·go·gen·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌərɡəˈjenik/

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Definition of ergogenic in English:


(Not in technical use) intended to enhance physical performance, stamina, or recovery: ergogenic supplements
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  • However, there is no ergogenic effect (improving physical performance and reduced fatigue) of ginseng saponin extract in human subjects with 1 week of pretreatment.
  • Carefully evaluate any vitamin-and-mineral or herbal supplements, ergogenic aids, or performance-enhancing drugs an athlete wants to use.
  • Sodium citrate has been used as an ergogenic aid to enhance exercise performance.

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