Title

The influence of heat acclimation and hypohydration on post-weight-loss exercise performance

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Title

Int J Sports Physiol Perform

ISSN

1555-0273

First Page

1

Last Page

26

PubMed ID

31094260

Publisher

Human Kinetics Inc

School

School of Medical and Health Sciences/ Centre for Exercise and Sport Science Research

Comments

Originally published as: Barley, O. R., Chapman, D. W., Marvopalais, G., & Abbiss, C. R. (2019). The Influence of Heat Acclimation and Hypohydration on Post-Weight-Loss Exercise Performance. International journal of sports physiology and performance, Advanced Online Publication. Original article available here.

Abstract

PURPOSE: This study examined the influence of: i) fluid intake on heat acclimation and ii) the subsequent effects on exercise performance following acute hypohydration.

METHODS: Participants were randomly assigned to one of two groups, either able to consume water

RESULTS: No meaningful differences in physiological or performance variables were observed between HANW and HAW at any time-point. Using pooled data, mean sprint speed was significantly (P

CONCLUSIONS: Results suggest passive heat acclimation protocols may be effective at improving short duration repeat-effort performance following acute hypohydration.

DOI

10.1123/ijspp.2019-0092

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