Inspiratory muscle warm-up and inspiratory muscle training: separate and combined effects on intermittent running to exhaustion.

@article{Lomax2011InspiratoryMW,
  title={Inspiratory muscle warm-up and inspiratory muscle training: separate and combined effects on intermittent running to exhaustion.},
  author={Mitch Lomax and Ian Grant and Jo Corbett},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={563-9}
}
In the present study, we examined the independent and combined effects of an inspiratory muscle warm-up and inspiratory muscle training on intermittent running to exhaustion. Twelve males were recruited to undertake four experimental trials. Two trials (Trials 1 and 2) preceded either a 4-week training period of 1 × 30 breaths twice daily at 50% (experimental group) or 15% (control group) maximal inspiratory mouth pressure (PImax). A further two trials (Trials 3 and 4) were performed after the… CONTINUE READING
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