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Sweat rate (l/h) and the drink volume consumed (ml) after the test 

Sweat rate (l/h) and the drink volume consumed (ml) after the test 

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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of cold water immersion(CWI) on the rate of sweat-loss from the body. Ten participants (mean age 30.5±5.54 years; height1.84.1±5.10; body mass 76.62± 9.48 kg, Max Vo2. 63.28 ± 6.27 ml/kg/dk) completed two testingsessions separated by one week. Each trial consisted of two bouts of a 30-min running...

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