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  1. 8500 IU average daily helped sports performance – Oct 2010
  2. Another outdoor sport produces more bone than indoor sport – vitamin D Sept 2010
  3. 4000 IU increased peak power in exercise vs placebo April 2010
  4. 4000 IU vitamin D and exercise for overweight – PhD 2010
  5. Ballet Dancers with low D had 50 percent more injuries – pilot study Sept 2011
  6. Doctors Say Top Athletes Take Vitamin D And So Should You - CBS News Feb 2016
  7. Elite Athletes Try a New Training Tactic: More Vitamin D - WSJ Jan 2016
  8. Fastest US High School sprinters are both at the school taking lots of vitamin D (Matthews) May 2016
  9. How vitamin D helps exercise (IGF) – RCT Nov 2016
  10. Higher Cardiorespiratory Fitness is associated with higher vitamin D in blood– June 2010
  11. Hypothesis: Less severe muscle damage if vitamin D level had been normalized – July 2013
  12. Fitness is associated with vitamin D, even accounting for BMI – Oct 2011
  13. Handgrip strength dropped by 20 percent in the last generation (perhaps due to lower vitamin D) - Feb 2017
  14. Many athletes now advised to take daily vitamin D supplements – Aug 2014
  15. Indoor bicycling and 2000 IU of vitamin D lowers heart rate by 6 percent – RCT Dec 2016
  16. Injury-Prevention with Vitamin D – Feb 2010
  17. Muscular Dystrophies – low vitamin D might be associated with all 9 types – Aug 2018
  18. A Concussion-Free Football Season: How one High School beat the odds - July 2012
  19. Activity and being outdoors helps seniors – GPS and Vitamin D Dec 2012
  20. 4X fewer stress fractures in college athletes if more than 40 ng of vitamin D – Feb 2016
  21. Capillary blood flow increased with Omega-3 by increasing deformability of blood cells – July 2015
  22. Athletes need 50 ng/ml of Vitamin D – Cannell and Hollis – 2009
  23. Athletic performance and recovery – importance of vitamin D and vitamin K – 2015
  24. Basketball players low on vitamin D - Sept 2011
  25. Ballet dancers in the winter had more injuries and only 15 ng of vitamin D – Feb 2013
  26. Book on Sports and vitamin D - Aug 2011
  27. During basic training white females decreased vitamin D but non-whites increased – Aug 2012
  28. Dietary Protein, Muscle and Physical Function in the Very Old – July 2018
  29. Disability was 1.9 X more likely if weak muscles and low vitamin D two years before – Aug 2018
  30. Elite outdoor athletes had 52 ng of vitamin D – March 2013
  31. Exercise capacity (VO2) 25 percent higher if high level of vitamin D – Dec 2015
  32. Fewer injuries and higher ballet jumps with 2,000 IU of vitamin D – April 2013
  33. Dark skinned NCAA basketball players were 15X more likely to have low vitamin D – Feb 2014
  34. College football injuries 5.9 X more likely if low pre-season vitamin D – thesis May 2018
  35. Collegiate Swimmers getting 4000 IU of vitamin D had fewer injuries – March 2013
  36. Higher Cardiovascular fitness (VO2) if higher Vitamin D – Oct 2018
  37. Hypothesis: Sarcopenia needs Protein, Leucine, Omega-3, Vitamin D, and exercise – Aug 2018
  38. Healthy walking speed is 100 steps per minute – May 2018
  39. Half as many fractures for girls with high vitamin D intake – March 2012
  40. Goal for Scottish athletes: none will be vitamin D deficient (typically 2 out of 3) – June 2014
  41. Grip strength of children not improved by 800 IU Vitamin D daily (not nearly enough) – RCT Feb 2018
  42. Lack of Vitamin D Can Sideline College Football Players – Jan 2018
  43. Large single-dose of Omega-3 reduced expected muscle damage – Feb 2017
  44. Laryngospasm 2 X more likely in competitive rowers with low vitamin D – May 2016
  45. Low Vitamin D breaks down muscle by interferring with protein - Editorial Nov 2013
  46. Intensely exercising muscles (rats) increases their vitamin D reception capability.– Sept 2015
  47. Concussions (traumatic brain injury) getting big press coverage, vitamin D might be both a cause and a solution
  48. Muscles of senior women not helped by just vitamin D (also need exercise) – Aug 2019
  49. Overview Sports and vitamin D
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