Effect Of Specific Inspiratory Muscle Warm-Up On intense Intermittent Run To Exhaustion

"In this test the effects of inspiratory muscle warm-up on the maximum dynamic inspiratory muscle function and the maximum repetitions of 20-m shuttle run in the Yo-Yo intermittent recovery test were examined."

Conclusion:

"Findings suggested that the specific inspiratory muscle warm-up may entail reduction in breathlessness sensation, partly attributable to the enhancement of dynamic inspiratory muscle functions, in subsequent exhaustive intermittent run and, in turn, improve the exercise tolerance."

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