A Study on Impact of Role of Nutrition, Passolig System, and Anti-Doping Law on the Performance of Chinese Athletes in Sports
Keywords:role of nutrition, passolig system, Training, erythropoietin, sports performance, anti-doping laws
The goal of this study is to investigate the impact of nutrition, the passolig system, and anti-doping regulations on athletic performance using training and Erythropoietin. Sport performance refers to the process of measuring an athlete's level and quality of participation in a sport. Athletes from a variety of sports are selected to take part in the study. Therefore, the method of area cluster sampling is adopted. The questionnaires are administered among the respondents through email. A total of 135 questionnaires are used to examine the data. Following data collection, the Smart PLS 3 is used for further analysis. The findings show that nutrition has a positive and significant impact on sports performance and training. Passolig, anti-doping laws, and training have little effect on sports performance. Anti-doping legislation has a detrimental impact on Erythropoietin, and Erythropoietin has a detrimental impact on sports performance. Erythropoietin acts as a bridge between anti-doping laws and athletic performance. Training does not act as a bridge between the role of nutrition and athletic performance. From a realistic standpoint, this research suggests that privileged, focused, psychologically healthy, and fit athletes should be awarded priority in sports teams.