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The recent blog by Prof Neil Walsh on Train Cool - Bathe Hot covered the scientific aspects of a publication on "heat acclimation through hot baths" (first author Mike Zurawlew). The findings of the study were presented in a very clear way, but often a research paper l...

We are all familiar with the no-pain-no-gain images of hardy Olympic athletes plunging into post-race ice baths ─ but our new findings show there may be another path to greatness.

In our new paper in Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports we show that sw...

July 13, 2015

It is often said that the Tour de France is perhaps the most gruelling endurance event on the planet. The same is sometimes said about Ironman: “it is the most gruelling event. Extreme We saw in my previous blog that energy expenditure in the Tour de France averages al...

March 6, 2015

 

Extreme environmental conditions can have a major impact on performance as we have seen with altitude. The effects of hot environmental condition on performance are also well known and well described and we do understand a great deal about the underlying physiological...

March 5, 2015

 Since the 1969 Olympic Games in Mexico City the topic of altitude and performance has received a lot of attention. Mexico City is situated at 2240m or 7314 feet. It was observed that winning performances in short events 100m, 200m, 4 x 100m and long jump were faster t...

January 28, 2015

 

There is no question that carbohydrate is the main fuel for a marathon. There is also no question about the fact that body carbohydrate stores are limited and become depleted towards the end of a marathon. Studies in endurance cycling and running have repeatedly demon...

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