Effects of heat exposure and 3% dehydration achieved via hot water immersion on repeated cycle sprint performance.

Abstract

This study examined effects of heat exposure with and without dehydration on repeated anaerobic cycling. Males (n = 10) completed 3 trials: control (CT), water-bath heat exposure (∼39°C) to 3% dehydration (with fluid replacement) (HE), and similar heat exposure to 3% dehydration (DEHY). Hematocrit increased significantly from pre to postheat immersion in… (More)
DOI: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181c1f79d

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@article{Kraft2011EffectsOH, title={Effects of heat exposure and 3% dehydration achieved via hot water immersion on repeated cycle sprint performance.}, author={Justin A. Kraft and James Matthew Green and Phillip A. Bishop and Mark T. Richardson and Yasmin H. Neggers and James D. Leeper}, journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research}, year={2011}, volume={25 3}, pages={778-86} }