400-Meter and 800-Meter Track Running Induces Inspiratory Muscle Fatigue In Trained Female Middle-Distance Runners

“Inspiratory muscle fatigue (IMF) may limit exercise performance. A few studies have reported that IMF occurs after short-duration swimming exercise, but whether short-duration running can induce IMF remains unclear.”

Conclusion:

“IMF occurs after short-duration running exercise. Coaches could consider prescribing inspiratory muscle training or warm-up in an effort to reduce the inevitable IMF associated with maximal effort 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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