Loading of Trained Inspiratory Muscles Speeds Lactate Recovery Kinetics
Peter I. Brown1,2, Graham R. Sharpe2, and Michael A. Johnson2
Optimal PerformanceLimited, Bristol, UK School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK
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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
Optimal Performance Limited, Bristol, UK School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University,Nottingham, UK
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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...