The efficacy of weekly and bi-weekly heat training to maintain the physiological benefits of heat acclimationTo examine the efficacy of weekly and bi-weekly heat training to maintain heat acclimatization (HAz) and heat acclimation (HA) for 8 weeks in aerobically trained athletes.
The effects of hydration status and ice-water dousing on physiological and performance indices during a simulated soccer match in the heatTo assess the effects of hydration status and ice-water dousing on physiological and performance parameters.
From theory to practice: operationalizing a climate vulnerability for sport organizations framework for heat hazards among US High schoolsSport organizations must comprehensively assess the degree to which their athletes are susceptible to exertional heat illnesses (i.e. vulnerable) to appropriately plan and adapt for heat-related hazards. Yet, no heat vulnerability framework has been applied in practice to guide decision making.
Intermittent exercise-heat exposures and intense physical activity sustain heat acclimation adaptationsTo determine if intermittent exercise-heat exposures (IHE) every fifth day sustain heat acclimation (HA) adaptations 25 days after initial HA.