Heat Acclimation

Willmott, Ash, Hayes, Mark, James, Carl, Dekerle, Jeanne, Gibson, Oliver and Maxwell, Neil (2019). Once- and twice-daily heat acclimation confer similar heat adaptations, inflammatory responses and exercise tolerance improvements. Physiological Reports (published online)

Gibson, Oliver, Taylor, Lee, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2017) Cross Adaptation – Heat and Cold Adaptation to Improve Physiological and Cellular Responses to Hypoxia Sports Medicine, 47 (9). pp. 1751-1768.

Mee, Jessica, Peters, Sophie, Doust, Jonathan and Maxwell, Neil (2017) Sauna exposure immediately prior to short-term heat acclimation accelerates phenotypic adaptation in females Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21 (2). pp. 190-195.

James, Carl, Richardson, Alan, Willmott, Ashley, Watt, Peter, Gibson, Oliver and Maxwell, Neil (2017) Short-term heat acclimation and precooling, independently and combined, improve 5 km running performance in the heat Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

Gibson, Oliver, Tuttle, J.A., Watt, Peter, Maxwell, Neil and Taylor, Lee (2016) Hsp72, and Hsp90α mRNA transcription is characterised by large, sustained changes in core temperature during heat acclimation Cell Stress & Chaperones, 21 (6). pp. 1021-1035.

Mee, Jessica, Gibson, Oliver, Tuttle, J.A., Taylor, L., Watt, Peter, Doust, Jonathan and Maxwell, Neil (2016) Leukocyte Hsp72 mRNA transcription does not differ between males and females during heat acclimation Temperature, 3 (4). pp. 549-556.

James, Carl, Richardson, Alan, Watt, Peter, Willmott, Ashley, Gibson, Oliver and Maxwell, Neil (2016) Short term heat acclimation improves the determinants of endurance performance and 5,000m running performance in the heat Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 42 (3). pp. 285-294.

Willmott, Ashley, Hayes, Mark, Waldock, Kirsty, Relf, Rebecca, Watkins, Emily, James, Carl, Gibson, Oliver, Smeeton, Nicholas, Richardson, Alan, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2016) Short-term heat acclimation prior to a multi-day desert ultra-marathon improves physiological and psychological responses without compromising immune status Journal of Sports Sciences, 35 (22). pp. 2249-2256.

Willmott, Ashley, Gibson, Oliver, Hayes, Mark and Maxwell, Neil (2016) The effects of single versus twice daily short term heat acclimation on heat strain and 3000m running performance in hot, humid conditions Journal of Thermal Biology, 56. pp. 59-67.

Mee, Jessica, Gibson, Oliver, Doust, Jonathan and Maxwell, Neil (2015) A comparison of males and females’ temporal patterning to short and long term heat acclimation Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 25 (1). pp. 250-258.

Gibson, Oliver, Turner, G., Tuttle, J.A., Taylor, Lee, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Heat acclimation attenuates physiological strain and the Hsp72, but not Hsp90α mRNA response to acute normobaric hypoxia Journal of Applied Physiology, 119 (8). pp. 889-899.

Gibson, Oliver, Mee, Jessica, Taylor, Lee, Tuttle, J.A., Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Isothermic and fixed-intensity heat acclimation methods elicit equal increases in Hsp72 mRNA Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 25 (1). pp. 259-268.

Gibson, Oliver, Mee, Jessica, Tuttle, J.A., Taylor, Lee, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Isothermic and fixed intensity heat acclimation methods induce similar heat adaptation following short and long-term timescales Journal of Thermal Biology, 49-50. pp. 55-65.

Gibson, Oliver, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Prescribing workload administration to optimise isothermic heat acclimation Extreme Physiology & Medicine, 4 (S1).

Mee, Jessica, Peters, Sophie, Doust, Jonathan and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Restricted sweat evaporation preceding short term heat acclimation accelerates adaption in females Extreme Physiology & Medicine, 4 (S1).

Willmott, Ashley, Hayes, Mark, Dekerle, Jeanne and Maxwell, Neil (2015) The reliability of a heat acclimation state test prescribed from metabolic heat production intensities Journal of Thermal Biology, 53. pp. 38-45.

Castle, P., Kularatne, B.P., Brewer, J., Mauger, A.R., Austen, R.A., Tuttle, J.A., Sculthorpe, N., Mackenzie, R.W.A., Maxwell, Neil and Webborn, Anthony (2012) Partial heat acclimation of athletes with spinal cord lesion European Journal of Applied Physiology, 113 (1). pp. 109-115.

Castle, Paul, Mackenzie, Richard, Maxwell, Neil, Webborn, Nick and Watt, Peter, (2011). Heat acclimation improves intermittent sprinting in the heat but additional pre-cooling offers no further ergogenic effect. Journal of Sport Sciences, 29(11) pp. 1125-1134.