Fluid ingestion and exercise hyperthermia: implications for performance, thermoregulation, metabolism and the development of fatigue.

@article{Kay2000FluidIA,
  title={Fluid ingestion and exercise hyperthermia: implications for performance, thermoregulation, metabolism and the development of fatigue.},
  author={D. F. Kay and Frank E. Marino},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={71-82}
}
The development of fatigue during exercise and the subsequent onset of exhaustion occur earlier in the heat than in cooler environments. The underlying mechanisms responsible for the premature development of fatigue in the heat have yet to be clearly identified. However, the proposed mechanisms include metabolic, cardiovascular and central nervous system perturbations, together with an elevated core temperature. Fluid ingestion is one of three strategies that have been shown to be successful in… CONTINUE READING

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