Repeated Abdominal Exercise Induces Respiratory Muscle Fatigue

“Prolonged bouts of hyperpnea or resisted breathing are known to result in respiratory muscle fatigue, as are primarily non respiratory exercises such as maximal running and cycling… Sit-up training has been used to increase respiratory muscle strength, but no studies have been done to determine whether this type of non-respiratory activity can lead to respiratory fatigue. The purpose of the study was to test the effect of sit-ups on various respiratory muscle strength and endurance parameters.”

Conclusion:

“After a one-time fatiguing sit-up exercise bout there is a reduction in respiratory muscle strength (MIP, MEP) and endurance (incremental breathing test duration) but not spirometric pulmonary function.”

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The Effect Of Exercise Modality On Respiratory Muscle Performance In Triathletes

“The aim of this study was to examine the effects of the cycle-run and run-cycle successions of the triathlon and duathlon, respectively, on respiratory muscle strength and endurance.”

Conclusion:

“Respiratory muscle strength and endurance were less decreased after the cycle-run succession and that cycling induced a greater decrease in respiratory muscle endurance than running.”

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Treadmill Walking In Water Induces Greater Respiratory Muscle Fatigue Than On Land

“The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of walking in water on respiratory muscle fatigue compared with that of walking on land at the same exercise intensity.”

Conclusion:

“Greater inspiratory and expiratory muscle fatigue was induced by walking in water than by walking on land at the same exercise intensity in healthy young men.”

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