Implementing an Effective Extreme Heat Policy

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As we move into the summer months it is important to be are aware of the dangers of heat stress. Coaches need to prepare for extreme heat days and have strategy plans in place. To help coaches and outdoor trainers with their own extreme heat preparation we present a test case of how Cricket Victoria … Read more

Heat Illness Explained

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Heat Illness – What You Need To Know & What You Need To Do Heat illness in sport most often occurs when a participant exercises vigorously in hot conditions. It presents as either heat exhaustion (more common) or heat stroke (rare but life threatening). Symptoms may include: light headedness, dizziness, nausea, obvious fatigue or loss … Read more