The respiration muscles recovery tangent after the breath holding – the study of affirmation of methods of knowledge
Thursday, 23 July 2020 10:26
Mirko. R. Ostojic, Djordje Stefanovic.
The Faculty of Technical Sciences, University Singidunum, Belgrade; Lola Institute Ltd.,
Research and Development Institute, Belgrade; FSPE, Belgrade University, Serbia.

indent Abstract
The subject of this research is the individual respiration constant calculated based on the respiratory musculature breathing equation. This non-experimental observation conducted on a sample of students from the Faculty of Sports and Physical Education in Belgrade (N=30). The measurement aimed at the acquisition and analysis of the average power of the surface electromyography signal (sEMG) in the protocols before and after prolonged respiratory retention. The results of the research showed that the individual coefficient of control break (Cp) represents a unique characteristic of the respiratory muscles of the subjects. In a relatively trained sample of young people of both sexes, it determined that after holding their breath, until the moment of the so-called "stroke" (progression of respiration to adapt to a stressful situation), recovery time has a linear course and is directly related to the engagement of the monitored respiratory muscles of the subjects, i.e., indirectly the capacity of the individual to assimilate O2 from the inhaled air. In the practical meaning of this research, we emphasize that individual results can be correlated with the equation of respiration of respiratory muscles, to find out and approach the original method for the presented personal respirational constant.


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