Cooling (Pre, Per & Post)
Gibson, O.R., James, C.A., Mee, J.A., Willmott, A.G.B., Turner, G., Hayes, M. and Maxwell, N.S. (2020). Heat alleviation strategies for athletic performance: a review and practitioner guidelines, Temperature, 7, issue 1: Special Issue 1 of 2: Anticipating the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Gibson, Oli, Wrightson, James and Hayes, Mark (2019). Intermittent sprint performance in the heat is not altered by augmenting thermal perception via L-Menthol or Capsaicin mouth rinses. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 119, pp. 653–664.
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, 32(5):1366-1375.
James, Carl, Richardson, Alan, Watt, Peter, Gibson, Oliver and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Physiological responses to incremental exercise in the heat following internal and external precooling Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 25 (S1). pp. 19-199.
Randall, Carla A., Ross, Emma and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Effect of practical precooling on neuromuscular function and 5 km time-trial performance in hot, humid conditions amongst male, well-trained runners Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29 (7). pp. 1925-1936.
Taylor, Lee, Mauger, A.R., Watkins, Samuel L., Fitch, Natalie, Brewer, J., Maxwell, Neil, Webborn, Anthony and Castle, Paul C. (2014) Precooling does not improve 2000m rowing performance of females in hot, humid conditions Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28 (12). pp. 3416-3424.
Castle, P., Mackenzie, R. W. A., Maxwell, N., Webborn, A. & Watt, P. (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.
Webborn, A., Price, M. J., Castle, P. & Goosey-Tolfrey, V. (2010). Cooling strategies improve intermittent sprint performance in the heat of athletes with tetraplegia. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 44, 6, p. 455-460 6 p.
Duffield, R., Green, R., Castle, P. and Maxwell, Neil (2010) Pre-cooling can prevent the reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 42 (3). pp. 577-584.
Castle, P., Macdonald, A.L., Philp, A., Webborn, Anthony, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2006) Precooling leg muscle improves intermittent sprint exercise performance in hot, humid conditions Journal of Applied Physiology, 100 (4). pp. 1377-1384.
Webborn, A., Price, M., Castle, P. & Goosey-Tolfrey, V. (2005). Effects of two cooling strategies on thermoregulatory responses of tetraplegic athletes during repeated intermittent exercise in the heat. Journal of Applied Physiology. 98, 6, p. 2101-2107.