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Seven tips for exercising safely during a heatwave

When the stress of exercise and heat combine, a large strain is placed on our body in order to reduce body temperature. Image: Unsplash/Boxed Water Is Better

Ash Willmott

Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science, Anglia Ruskin University

Justin Roberts

Associate Professor, Health and Exercise Nutrition, Anglia Ruskin University

Oliver Gibson

Senior lecturer, Exercise and Environmental Physiology, Brunel University London


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