cold physiology  // Posts tagged as "cold physiology"

29 Jan 2008 Posted in Fluid, heat & thermoregulation/Series

Exercise in the Cold: Part II

While we are all still thinking about the , we thought we would carry on with our series on exercise in the cold. Most of us are still firmly in the depths of the northern-hemisphere winter, and so we hope you found relevant—it was meant to introduce some basics of heat loss and temperature regulation, […]

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24 Jan 2008 Posted in Fluid, heat & thermoregulation/Series

Exercise in the Cold: Part I

As promised (a while back, admittedly), today we kick off a series on exercise in the cold. A challenging one to write, mostly because most of you reading this will (hopefully) never be exposed to conditions that are so extreme that your physiology is challenged to the point where it can’t cope. Because most of […]

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