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Skin temperature during running.

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A study using infra-red colour thermography comparing two runner before and after exercise; the first athlete is an Olympic class marathon runner. The initial test is on a treadmill then repeated outside in the summer. The other runner is a club marathon runner; comparisons are made regarding the levels of fat. They are tested intermittently. The club runner overheated and had to retire; his skin temperature was very high, he then developed heat exhaustion.



Physical description

1 videodisc (10:30 min.) (DVD) : sound, colour ; 12cm

Creator/production credits

Produced and directed by Dr R. P. Clark and Dr L. G. C. E. Pugh. From The Laboratory for Aerobiology, Clinical Research Centre, Harrow, England.
Narrated by Professor Raymond P. Clark.

Copyright note

Professor Raymond P. Clark OBE.



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