Loading of trained inspiratory muscles speeds lactate recovery kinetics

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Loading of Trained Inspiratory Muscles Speeds Lactate Recovery Kinetics

Peter I. Brown1,2, Graham R. Sharpe2, and Michael A. Johnson2
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Optimal PerformanceLimited, Bristol, UK School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK

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Accepted forPublication: 14 October 2009

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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Publish Ahead of Print DOI: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e3181c658ac

Loading Of Trained Inspiratory Muscles Speeds LactateRecovery Kinetics

Peter I. Brown1,2, Graham R. Sharpe2 and Michael A. Johnson2

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Optimal Performance Limited, Bristol, UK School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University,Nottingham, UK

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Peter Brown Optimal Performance Limited The Coach House 26B Oakfield rd Clifton Bristol, BS8 2AT United Kingdom

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Funding: None

Running title: IMT and lactate recovery kinetics

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ABSTRACT Purpose: To investigate the effects of inspiratory muscle loading (ITL) and inspiratory muscle training (IMT)upon blood lactate concentration ([lac-]B) and acid-base balance following maximal incremental cycling. Methods: 18 subjects were divided into a control (n=9) or IMT group (n=9). Prior to and...
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