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2012-10-01Postexercise cooling interventions and the effects on exercise-induced heat stress in a temperate environmentHausswirth, C; Duffield, R; Pournot, H; Bieuzen, F; Louis, J; Brisswalter, J; Castagna, O
2012-06-01Hydration, sweat and thermoregulatory responses to professional football training in the heatDuffield, R; McCall, A; Coutts, AJ; Peiffer, JJ
2012-05-01Mixed-method pre-cooling reduces physiological demand without improving performance of medium-fast bowling in the heatMinett, GM; Duffield, R; Kellett, A; Portus, M
2015-01-01Consensus recommendations on training and competing in the heatRacinais, S; Alonso, JM; Coutts, AJ; Flouris, AD; Girard, O; González-Alonso, J; Hausswirth, C; Jay, O; Lee, JKW; Mitchell, N; Nassis, GP; Nybo, L; Pluim, BM; Roelands, B; Sawka, MN; Wingo, JE; Périard, JD
2018-07-01Optimizing heat acclimation for endurance athletes: High- versus low-intensity trainingSchmit, C; Duffield, R; Hausswirth, C; Brisswalter, J; Le Meur, Y
2015-09-01Consensus recommendations on training and competing in the heatRacinais, S; Alonso, JM; Coutts, AJ; Flouris, AD; Girard, O; González-Alonso, J; Hausswirth, C; Jay, O; Lee, JKW; Mitchell, N; Nassis, GP; Nybo, L; Pluim, BM; Roelands, B; Sawka, MN; Wingo, J; Périard, JD
2003-06Direct and indirect methods for determining plasma volume during thermoneutral and cold-water immersion.Gordon, CJ; Fogarty, AL; Greenleaf, JE; Taylor, NAS; Stocks, JM
2012-09-01Effects of mixed-method cooling on recovery of medium-fast bowling performance in hot conditions on consecutive daysMinett, GM; Duffield, R; Kellett, A; Portus, M
2010-03-01Precooling can prevent the reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heatDuffield, R; Green, R; Castle, P; Maxwell, N
2017-01-01Heat-acclimatization and pre-cooling: a further boost for endurance performance?Schmit, C; Le Meur, Y; Duffield, R; Robach, P; Oussedik, N; Coutts, AJ; Hausswirth, C
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