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D Lafata, A Carlson-Phillips, ST Sims and EM Russell
Abstract
Although studies have investigated the effects of hydration on performance measures, few studies have investigated how the temperature of the ingested liquid affects performance and core temperature during an exercise session. The hypothesis of the present study was that cold water would improve thermoregulation and performance as measured by bench repetitions to fatigue, broad jump for force and power and total time to exhaustion for cardiovascular fitness
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Influenza, Common cold, Energy, Time, Affect, Effect, Exercise physiology, Temperature
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