Sportsmen, health-improving run (Cooper’s test, 21 days of exercise)
- Experimental group participants’ lung capacity has risen by 10,84% upon the average, control group participants’ – by 1.4%.
- Experimental group participants’ maximum lung ventilation has risen by 24.3% upon the average, control group participants’ – by 4.6%
- Experimental group participants’ respiratory minute volume has risen by 19.6% upon the average, control group participants’ – by 3.65%.
- The increase of distance, run by the experiment participants in 12 minute time amounted to 22% upon the average (560-580 meters) in the experimental group, in the control group – 8%(170 – 190) meters.
Amateur sportsmen, swimming, 21 days of exercise, 9 exercises, 40 minutes each, heart rate 110-130 heart beats per minute.
Lung capacity (the quantity of expired air per expiration) rises by 12-18%.
That is, the lungs are “clarified” of carbon dioxide more qualitatively and meanwhile more respiratory muscled are on-load.
The inhaled oxygen use rises by 10-12%.
Warming-up time decreases by 25-35%.
Breathing frequency diminishes for account of pause increase between inhaling and exhaling.
Respiration depth increases.
World-class sportsmen, men, kayak-paddling, 28-day training, 4-minute paddling exerciser test, 10kg burden.
Distance length in 4-minute test increased by 80-100m.
Paddling frequency in the last minute grew by 15.27% on average.
Maximum oxygen consumption decreased by 5.3% on average.
Respiratory minute volume decreased by 14.6% (27 l/min) on average.
Children - swimmers with the disturbance of rumor, 12 people (boys and girls), 11- 16 years old, two training cycles on 21 days with 14 days of interruption.
The work of cardiorespiratory system was normalized.
The drainage function of lungs was improved.
Breath-holding was increased - all participants of the experiment could swim across 25 m pool under water.
The lung capacity was normalized - it began to correspond to the standards of the World Health Organization dependent on age (it grew on the average to 22,5%).
Forced vital capacity of the lungs was normalized. It increased on the average to 24.1% with the simultaneous decrease of the time of the forced expiration in average 4,5%, i.e. force and the power of respiratory muscles were increased.