Christof Schwiening

Joining the dots: tracking training for performance prediction

Christof is a lecturer in Physiology at the University of Cambridge. His
main research is on pH changes in nerve cells. He also lectures on
topics of muscle, thermoregulation, circulation and aerobic training and
has a general interest in homeostasis.

Recently he has begun to look at the trainable elements of physiology
that can limit endurance performance, in particular how heat generation
by muscle trains the skin and blood and alters the circulatory challenge
of endurance performance.

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