- - carbohydrate l. a procedure, popular with long-distance runners and other athletes, of filling muscles with a large glycogen pool prior to an athletic event; often, the athlete consumes very few carbohydrates for three days, followed by a largely carbohydrate diet for the last three days before the event.- salt l. the administration of 2 g of sodium chloride (with a regular diet) 3 times a day for 4 days; a diagnostic test in primary aldosteronism, in which the salt l. produces a typical plasma electrolyte and hormonal pattern.- soda l. a procedure adopted by a number of athletes of ingesting sodium bicarbonate in an attempt to buffer the production of protons during exercise.
* * *load·ing n1 a) the amount or degree to which something is or can be loadedb) administration of a factor or substance to the body or a bodily system in sufficient quantity to test capacity to deal with it2) the relative contribution of each component factor in a psychological test or in an experimental, clinical, or social situation
* * *load·ing (lōdґing) 1. administering sufficient quantities of a substance to test the subject's ability to metabolize it, as in the histidine loading test. 2. the exertion of lengthening force on a body part such as a muscle or ligament.
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loading — load‧ing [ˈləʊdɪŋ ǁ ˈloʊ ] noun [uncountable] 1. INSURANCE FINANCE an amount of money added to the cost of an insurance policy or other financial product to pay for the cost of managing the policy, loan, etc ˈback ˌloading , ˈback end ˌloading… … Financial and business terms
loading — [lōd′iŋ] n. 1. the act of one that loads 2. the thing with which something is loaded 3. the part of an insurance premium added by the insurer to cover expenses, increase surplus, etc. 4. LOAD (n. 9) 5. WING LOADING … English World dictionary
Loading — Load ing, n. 1. The act of putting a load on or into. [1913 Webster] 2. A load; cargo; burden. Shak. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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loading — /loh ding/, n. 1. the act of a person or thing that loads. 2. that with which something is loaded; load, burden, or charge. 3. Elect. the process of adding reactance to a telephone circuit, radio antenna, etc. 4. Aeron. the ratio of the gross… … Universalium
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loading — /ˈloʊdɪŋ / (say lohding) noun 1. the act of someone or something that loads. 2. that with which something is loaded; a load; a burden; a charge. 3. an extra rate paid to employees in recognition of a particular aspect of their employment, as… … Australian English dictionary
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