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Text for graduate-level and upper-level undergraduate courses in exercise physiology and exercise science; reference for exercise science professionals and sports medicine specialists.
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"Advanced Environmental Exercise Physiology, Second Edition, bridges the gap between laboratory research and real-world application, providing a definitive and accessible overview of current knowledge in environmental exercise physiology-including rapidly developing areas such as breath-hold diving and heat adaptation." -Alex Hutchinson, Science Journalist and Author of Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance
Stephen Cheung, PhD, is a professor of kinesiology and senior research fellow at Brock University, where his research focuses on the effects of environmental stress on human physiology and performance. He held a Canada Research Chair in Environmental Ergonomics from 2007 to 2017. Cheung has authored more than 120 articles that explore muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, neural, metabolic, cognitive, and performance responses to multiple environments, including heat, cold, hydration, and altitude. He has worked extensively with industry and sport organizations to improve health and safety in the workplace, athletic performance, and equipment design. Cheung is also a leader in driving scientific advances in cycling physiology and performance and has published two books on the science of cycling: Cutting-Edge Cycling and Cycling Science. Philip Ainslie, PhD, is a professor of health and exercise sciences and is the Canada Research Chair and codirector of the Centre for Heart, Lung and Vascular Health at the University of British Columbia in Okanagan. Ainslie has published more than 300 peer-reviewed scientific articles and has recently coauthored the sixth edition of the textbook High-Altitude Medicine and Physiology. In addition to mechanistic laboratory-based experiments, he leads regular field expeditions to study elite free divers as well as expeditions to high altitude to study acclimatization and adaptation, with a focus on indigenous populations located in the mountainous regions of Tibet, South America, and Ethiopia. Ainslie has won numerous national and international awards for his research and sits on various international scientific leadership and advisory groups; he also currently co-organizes a number of international conferences related to environmental physiology.
Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Temperature Regulation Heat Balance Equation Models of Thermoregulatory Control Thermal Stress Scales Summary Chapter 2. Heat Stress The Problem With Heat Mechanisms of Hyperthermia Thermal Perception and Exercise Individual Variability Cooling Strategies Summary Chapter 3. Heat Adaptation Heat Adaptation Heat Therapy Summary Chapter 4. Hydration Strategies for Exercise Hydration Terminology Impact of Fluid Balance on Performance Developing a Hydration Strategy Hydration Strategies Following Exercise Summary Chapter 5. Cold Air Exposure Hypothermia Physiological Responses to Cold Exposure Exercise in the Cold Cold Injuries to the Extremities Thermal Response in the Extremities Summary Chapter 6. Cold Water Immersion Phase 1 Immersion and Cold Shock Phase 2 Muscle Failure Phase 3 Hypothermia Phase 4 Postrescue Collapse Summary Chapter 7. Breath-Hold Diving Gas Laws Disciplines of Apnea Diving Static Apnea Dynamic Apnea Depth Training Apnea Diving Indigenous Diving Populations Medical Consequences of Apnea Diving Summary Chapter 8. Diving and Hyperbaric Physiology Physics of Diving Diving Systems Decompression Sickness Inert Gas Narcosis Saturation Diving Summary Chapter 9. Physiological Adjustments to Acute Hypoxia Normoxia and Hypoxia Physiological Consequences of Exposure to Acute Hypoxia Neurological Effects of Acute Hypoxia Fatigue and Hypoxia Clinical Consequences of Acute Hypoxia Summary Chapter 10. High-Altitude Physiology Acclimatization High Altitude and the Oxygen Cascade Cardiovascular Response High-Altitude Illnesses Hemoglobin and Oxygen Transport American Medical Research Expedition to Everest Metabolism and Body Composition Adaptation to High Altitude Summary Chapter 11. Altitude Training and Performance Living-Training Hypoxic Models Genetic Basis of Altitude Performance Hyperoxia Considerations in Applying Altitude Training Summary Chapter 12. Microgravity and Spaceflight Physiological Responses to Microgravity Microgravity Simulations Spaceflight Countermeasures Extravehicular Activity Physiology Spacesuit Design Summary Chapter 13. Exercise in Polluted Environments Major Pollutants Air Quality Indices Pollution Effects on Exercise Managing Air Pollution for Athletes Summary Chapter 14. Chronobiology Nomenclature Circadian Rhythms and the Sleep-Wake Cycle Sleep Sleep Deprivation Transmeridian Travel Fatigue and Jet Lag Summary Chapter 15. Cross-Adaptation Nomenclature Cold and Hypoxia Cross-Acclimatization Heat and Hypoxia Cross-Acclimatization Other Cross-Adaptation Themes Summary Chapter 16. Individual Variability: Sex and Age Sex Differences in Thermoregulation Sex Differences in High-Altitude Physiology Children Aging Aerobic Fitness Summary