Practical neck cooling and time-trial running performance in a hot environment

@article{Tyler2010PracticalNC,
  title={Practical neck cooling and time-trial running performance in a hot environment},
  author={Christopher James Tyler and Perry Wild and Caroline Sunderland},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={110},
  pages={1063-1074}
}
The aim of this two-part experiment was to investigate the effect of cooling the neck on time-trial performance in hot conditions (~30°C; 50% RH). In Study A, nine participants completed a 75-min submaximal (~60% $$ \dot{V}{\text{O}}_{{ 2 {\text{max}}}} $$ ) pre-load phase followed by a 15-min self-paced time-trial (TT) on three occasions: one with a cooling collar (CC90), one without a collar (NC90) and one with the collar uncooled (C90). In Study B, eight participants completed a 15-min TT… CONTINUE READING
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