In 2009, researchers from University of Bologna found that sulforaphane played an indirect antioxidant role in mouse skeletal muscle, in order to achieve the overall protective effect on muscle injury during exhaustive exercise

In 2015, researchers from Wuhan University found that sulforaphane can improve muscle inflammation by mediating Nrf2 to inhibit

NF-KBsignal channel

In 2017, studies on mice from the University of Tsukuba in Japan showed that sulforaphane significantly increased the running distance and exercise endurance of mice, and played an important role in reducing muscle fatigue

In 2020, a research paper published by Waseda University in Japan showed that sulforaphane can protect the organs from the effects of acute exhaustive exercise inflammation through its antioxidant effect。