Systems Physiology : Cardiopulmonary THE EFFECTS OF RESPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING ON VO 2 MAX , THE VENTILATORY THRESHOLD AND PULMONARY FUNCTION

@inproceedings{Amonette2002SystemsP,
  title={Systems Physiology : Cardiopulmonary THE EFFECTS OF RESPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING ON VO 2 MAX , THE VENTILATORY THRESHOLD AND PULMONARY FUNCTION},
  author={William E. Amonette and Terry L. Dupler},
  year={2002}
}
THE EFFECTS OF RESPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING ON VO2 MAX, THE VENTILATORY THRESHOLD AND PULMONARY FUNCTION. William E. Amonette, Terry L. Dupler. JEPonline. 2002;5(2):29-35. This study evaluated the effect of inspiratory and expiratory muscle training on pulmonary function and maximal exercise performance in competitive triathletes and marathon runners. The participants in this study (N=12) had a mean weekly aerobic training time of 7.5 hours per week of swimming, cycling, or running. Eight… CONTINUE READING

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