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"While we all love the warm weather, it still possesses similar dangers to cold weather from the opposite end of the spectrum."

Warm weather is something all individuals have craved at some point. Some people who reside in locations near the equator get warm weather all year-round. No matter where you are in the world, warmer weather can come with an extensive list of dangers to the human body. This article exposes the most common and rarest heat conditions. It covers prevention of heat-related illnesses, quick cooling fixes, and how to identify symptoms. By knowing the basic principles of how heat affects the body when in motion, you'll be able to remain out of the hospital and keep enjoying a never-ending list of warm-weather activities. The author is a personal trainer certified by the National Federation of Professional Trainers, certificate number 45582.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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READ THIS GUIDE TO PREP FOR SUMMER!

Would you consider the audio edition of Physical Fitness and Heat-Related Illnesses: What You Need to Know to be better than the print version?

I would consider the audio edition because you can listen to it before doing an activity that will involve hot temperatures.

What about Trevor Clinger’s performance did you like?

I liked how passionate he was about the writing.