Publications by: Joshua H. Guy

Also publishes as (Joshua Guy, J.H. Guy, Joshua Hayward Guy)

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Guy, Joshua H., Edwards, Andrew M., Miller, Catherine M., Deakin, Glen B., and Pyne, David B. (2017) Short-term reliability of inflammatory mediators and response to exercise in the heat. Journal of Sports Sciences, 35 (16). pp. 1622-1628.

Guy, Joshua Hayward (2016) Short-term heat acclimation training: effects on performance and inflammation. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Edwards, Andrew M., Guy, Joshua H., and Hettinga, Florentina J. (2016) Oxford and Cambridge boat race: performance, pacing and tactics between 1890 and 2014. Sports Medicine, 46 (10). pp. 1553-1562.

Edwards, A.M., Deakin, G.B., and Guy, J.H. (2016) Brain and cardiorespiratory responses to exercise in hot and thermoneutral conditions. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 37 (10). pp. 779-784.

Guy, Joshua H., Pyne, David B., Deakin, Glen B., Miller, Catherine M., and Edwards, Andrew M. (2016) Acclimation training improves endurance cycling performance in the heat without inducing Endotoxemia. Frontiers in Physiology, 7. 318. pp. 1-9.

Guy, Joshua H., Deakin, Glen B., Edwards, Andrew M., Miller, Catherine M., and Pyne, David B. (2015) Adaptation to hot environmental conditions: an exploration of the performance basis, procedures and future directions to optimise opportunities for elite athletes. Sports Medicine, 45 (3). pp. 303-311.

Walker, Anthony, Keene, Toby, Argus, Christos, Driller, Matthew, Guy, Joshua H., and Rattray, Ben (2015) Immune and inflammatory responses of Australian firefighters after repeated exposures to the heat. Ergonomics, 58 (12). pp. 2032-2039.

Pyne, David B., Guy, Joshua H., and Edwards, Andrew M. (2014) Managing heat and immune stress in athletes with evidence-based strategies. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 9 (5). pp. 744-750.

Guy, Joshua H., Edwards, Andrew M., and Deakin, Glen B. (2014) Inspiratory muscle training improves exercise tolerance in recreational soccer players without concomitant gain in soccer-specific fitness. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28 (2). pp. 483-491.

Guy, Joshua H., Deakin, Glen B., and Edwards, Andrew M. (2013) Does six weeks pre-season training influence the physiological fitness of amateur soccer players? Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning, 21 (Supplement 1). pp. 39-41.

Edwards, Andrew, and Guy, Joshua (2012) Crosstalk comment: respiratory muscle training does improve exercise tolerance. Journal of Physiology, 590 (15).

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