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01 November 2010

Heat acclimation helps athletes

Heat acclimation helps improve athletes' performance in both hot and cool environments, a new study has found.

Heat acclimation helps improve athletes' performance in both hot and cool environments, a new study has found.

"Our findings could have significant impacts in the competitive sports world," said study author Santiago Lorenzo. The findings are published in the Journal of Applied Physiology.

 
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