The influence of exercise intensity on heat acclimation in trained subjects.

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Low-intensity exercise (less than or equal to 50% VO2max) has been demonstrated to produce heat acclimation (HA) in trained subjects. The purpose of this study was to determine whether shorter-duration, moderate-intensity exercise would also result in HA. Nine trained runners performed two 9-d exercise heat-stress protocols. Each protocol consisted of a 90… (More)

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@article{Houmard1990TheIO, title={The influence of exercise intensity on heat acclimation in trained subjects.}, author={Joseph A. Houmard and David L. Costill and John A Davis and Joel B. Mitchell and David D. Pascoe and Robert Andrew Robergs}, journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise}, year={1990}, volume={22 5}, pages={615-20} }