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Heat acclimation does not protect trained males from hyperthermia-induced impairments in complex task performance

Body Composition Assessment
JF Piil et al.
Used Parameters : BW

Publication Year : 2019

Country : Denmark

Journal : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

This study evaluated if adaptation to environmental heat stress can counteract the negative effects of hyperthermia on complex motor performance. Thirteen healthy, trained males completed 28 days of heat acclimation with 1 h daily exercise exposure to environmental heat (39.4±0.3 C and 27.0±1.0% relative humidity). Following comprehensive familiarization, the participants completed motor-cognitive testing before acclimation, as well as after 14 and 28 days of training in the heat. On all three occasions, the participants were …
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