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Improving Endurance with Proper Cooling
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By continuously cooling the body during exercise, researchers were able to double endurance in a group of subjects walking uphill on a treadmill in a hot room. The findings suggest that wearable cooling devices have the potential to enhance athletic performance and aid in medical treatment.

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