CONSIDERATIONS ON THE MICROCLIMATE OF THE TRAINING AN ATHLETE
The work refers at the conditions, which need to meet them in the microclimate case that an athlete trains, for better performance levels required races. Remove all the aspects required in retail exhibition workouts, which are refer under: ambient temperature, ambient humidity, atmospheric pressure, noise, lighting, contact surface, and vibrations that can apply to the athlete, or that it is subject to involuntary.Key words: ambient conditions, microclimate, training of an athlete
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