Exercise-Induced Diaphragmatic Fatigue In Healthy Humans

“In part of this study, twelve healthy subjects (33 +/- 3 years) with a variety of fitness levels exercised at 95 and 85% VO2, max to exhaustion.

Conclusion:

“Significant diaphragmatic fatigue is caused by the ventilatory requirements imposed by heavy endurance exercise in healthy persons with a variety of fitness levels. The magnitude of the fatigue and the likelihood of its occurrence increases as the relative intensity of the exercise exceeds 85% of VO2, max.”

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