Can Heat Acclimation Really Improve Endurance Performance?

In a recent CyclingTips article sport scientist and cycling coach Dr Jason Boynton discussed how to optimize indoor training by manipulating environmental conditions. In that article he left us with a bit of a teaser by saying that heat acclimating for the purpose of improving performance is more complex than it might seem. In this … The post Can heat acclimation really improve endurance performance? appeared first on CyclingTips .

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