Respiratory muscle endurance training in humans increases cycling endurance without affecting blood gas concentrations

@article{Stuessi2001RespiratoryME,
  title={Respiratory muscle endurance training in humans increases cycling endurance without affecting blood gas concentrations},
  author={Christoph Stuessi and Christina M. Spengler and Claudia Knoepfli-Lenzin and Gawril Markov and Urs Boutellier},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={84},
  pages={582-586}
}
Isolated respiratory muscle endurance training (RMT) can prolong constant-intensity cycling performance. We tested whether RMT affects O2 supply during exercise, i.e. whether the partial pressure of oxygen in arterial blood (P aO2) and/or its oxygen saturation (S aO2) are higher during exercise after RMT than before. A group of 28 sedentary subjects were randomly assigned to either an RMT (n=13) or a control group (n=15). The RMT consisted of 40×30 min sessions of normocapnic hyperpnoea. The… CONTINUE READING
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