Precooling can prevent the reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat
AffiliationCharles Sturt University
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AbstractThis study investigated the effects of precooling on performance and pacing during self-paced endurance cycling in the heat and, further, the effects of cooling on contractile function as a mechanism for performance changes.
CitationDuffield, R., Green, R., Castle, P., and Maxwell, N. (2010) 'Precooling can prevent the reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat', Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 42 (3) pp.577-84.
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