The effect of pre-exercise cooling on high intensity running performance in the heat.

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of pre-exercise cooling on high intensity, moderate duration running performance and thermoregulatory responses in a hot environment (38 degrees C, 40 %RH). On separate days, 11 male subjects completed two treadmill runs to exhaustion at 100% of maximal aerobic power with (CL) and without (CT) pre… (More)

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@article{Mitchell2003TheEO, title={The effect of pre-exercise cooling on high intensity running performance in the heat.}, author={J. B. Mitchell and Brian K. McFarlin and J. P. Dugas}, journal={International journal of sports medicine}, year={2003}, volume={24 2}, pages={118-24} }