Interactions of physical training and heat acclimation. The thermophysiology of exercising in a hot climate.

@article{Aoyagi1997InteractionsOP,
  title={Interactions of physical training and heat acclimation. The thermophysiology of exercising in a hot climate.},
  author={Yukitoshi Aoyagi and Tom M. McLellan and Roy Jesse Shephard},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={
          173-210
        }
}
Physical training and heat acclimation are both commonly adopted tactics to improve performance and/or tolerance times when individuals must compete or work in the heat. Potential benefits include: (i) improved aerobic fitness and thus a greater cardiovascular reserve (probably seen mainly after training); (ii) a lower resting body temperature that allows greater heat storage (probably seen mainly after acclimation); (iii) a decreased energy cost of a given intensity of exercise (seen after… CONTINUE READING

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