Effects of different respiratory muscle training regimes on fatigue-related variables during volitional hyperpnoea.

@article{Verges2009EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of different respiratory muscle training regimes on fatigue-related variables during volitional hyperpnoea.},
  author={Samuel Verges and Andrea S Renggli and Dominic A Notter and Christina M. Spengler},
  journal={Respiratory physiology & neurobiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={169 3},
  pages={282-90}
}
We compared the effects of the most commonly used respiratory muscle (RM) training regimes: RM endurance training (RMET; normocapnic hyperpnoea) and inspiratory resistive training (IMT), on RM performance. Twenty-six healthy men were randomized into 3 groups performing 4 weeks of RMET, IMT or sham-training. Lung function, RM strength and endurance were tested before and after training. RM fatigue during intermittent hyperpnoea was assessed by twitch oesophageal (P(oes,tw)) and gastric pressures… CONTINUE READING
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