By Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada
This publication addresses the applying of infrared thermography in activities, reading the most advantages of this non-invasive, non-radiating and reasonably cheap approach. facets lined contain the detection of accidents in activities drugs, the evaluate of activities functionality because of the present hyperlink among actual health and thermoregulation and the research of warmth move for activities clothing and activities apparatus. even if infrared thermography is commonly thought of to be a quick and easy-to-use device, the power to convey exact and repeatable measurements is a vital attention. moreover, it is very important be conversant in the most recent activities reports released in this strategy to comprehend its strength and obstacles. consequently, this booklet establishes an essential hyperlink among laboratory exams and the activities box.
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When two bodies are at the same temperature, they are in thermal equilibrium . In addition, when one body has a constant temperature, it is considered that it is in a thermal equilibrium, and it could be a result of the environment being at the same temperature as the body, or because it has a constant supply of heat that keeps it at a constant temperature even though the environment is different (as in the case of the internal temperature of the human body, see Sect. 6). Heat flow is an important concept in the human body.
The electromagnetic spectrum comes from the concept that electromagnetic radiation has different characteristics depending on its wavelength and frequency. The electromagnetic spectrum is a representation of the frequency distribution of all the electromagnetic waves (Fig. 3). Regarding a body, the electromagnetic spectrum is all the electromagnetic radiation that is emitted (emission spectrum) or absorbed (absorption spectrum). The electromagnetic spectrum extends from the radiation of lower energy (or longer wavelength) such as the radio waves, Fig.
1 The four most relevant publications using infrared thermography in sport science Rank Title Authors and year No of citations 1 An overview of recent application of medical infrared Hildebrandt 113 thermography in sports medicine in Austria  et al. (2010) 2 Skin temperature during running—a study using Clark et al. 93 infra-red colour thermography  (1977) 3 Dynamic thermography: analysis of hand temperature Zontak et al. 90 during exercise  (1998) 4 Thermal imaging of cutaneous temperature Merla et al.
Application of Infrared Thermography in Sports Science by Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada