April 9, 2010 by Bill Henderson, MD · 20 Comments
A physician and exercise physiologist with desert racing experience examines heat acclimation in runners.
February 26, 2009 by Bryon Powell · 18 Comments
Trail runners and ultramarathoners are groups that like to take on challenges. The tougher, the better, right? In a quest for new and tougher challenges we go longer, higher, hillier, and sometimes hotter. If we choose to face the heat, it may be appropriate to apply various degrees of heat acclimation. The type and degree […]