Inter-individual variation in the adaptive response to heat acclimation; impact on temperate performance

Authors: Rendell, R., Massey, H., Costello, J., Tipton, M. and Corbett, J.

Conference: International Conference of Environmental Ergonomics

Dates: 7-12 July 2019

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/32546/

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Inter-individual variation in the adaptive response to heat acclimation; impact on temperate performance

Authors: Rendell, R.A., Massey, H.C., Costello, J.T., Tipton, M.J. and Corbett, J.

Conference: ICEE 2019: International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics

Abstract:

Introduction: Typical heat acclimation (HA) responses are well characterised at the cohort level, however, individual data demonstrate considerable heterogeneity. Recent research suggests that HA indicies are independent and not influenced by aerobic capacity, previous HA or thermal dose. However, some baseline responses may be useful in estimating the potential benefits that an individual may obtain from HA. It remains to be establised whether the extent of individual HA will translate to aspects of individual endurance performance and thermophysiological indicies in temperate conditions, and if these can be related to any prior variables.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/32546/

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