Hyperoxie influence on sports performance and recovery in sport

Project information

Annotation of achieved result: According to our detection prior load inhalation hyperoxic mixture(HM)has no significant (p<0.05)influence on the level of La after the end of the load. However, inhalation HZ statistically significantly influenced (p<0,05) dynamics removal of the La during the recovery. We consider inhalation HM is suitable method for accelerating of recovery. After inhalation HM we recorded increased performance(running,skating,basketball),as well as a lower HR in load (judo,gymnastics).As an alternative of inhalation HM, we used strengthening of the respiratory muscles. The results showed a positive changes in functional parameters of respiration.In swimming test under water the probands improved at average from 9.8 to 14.3% (SD 3.18).Effect of inspiratory training on swimming performance was affirmed at the 5%level of statistical significance, while also confirmed the high correlation coefficients interdependence monitored parameters.During hypoxia,we recorded decrease of performance,but improvement of aerobic adaptation.

Sponsor:

Scientific Grant Agency of the Slovak Republic

Project number:1/1175/12
Duration:2012 - 2014
Project manager:martin.pupis@umb.sk
Project coordinator:doc. PaedDr. Pupiš Martin, PhD. (Faculty of Arts, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica)
Foreign project:no
Classification: AAA Most significant project publication
Title: Load diagnostics and the use of hyperoxia as a way to accelerate recovery in karate and judo performance. 1. vyd. České Budějovice: Jihočeská univerzita 96 s. ISBN 978-80-7394-474-2
Authors: Sližik Miroslav – Michalov Ludvík
Classification: ADE Most significant project publication
Title: The impact of hyperoxygenation on performance and recovery during repeated 200 m running load of submaximal intensity. In: Acta Kinesiologica: Vol. 7, Issue 1; June 20, 2013. e-ISSN: 1840-3700 p-ISSN: 1840-2976, pp. 90-95
Authors: Pupiš Martin - Čillík Ivan - Pivovarníček Pavol - Pavlović Ratko - Bonacin Dobrimir
Classification: ADM Most significant project publication
Title: Effect of short-term hyperoxia on model exercise in basketball. In: Gazzeta Medica Italiana Archivo per le Scienze Mediche: 2014 July-August;173(7-8).p - ISSN 0393-3660, e-ISSN 1827-1812. pp 409-416
Authors: Suchý Jiří - Pupiš Martin - Brunerová Ľudmila
Classification: ADM Most significant project publication
Title: Changes of inspiratory parameters and swimming performance by influence of powerbreathe plus level 3. In: Sport Science: Vol. 7, Issue 2; December 24, 2014. e-ISSN 1840-3670, p-ISSN 1840-3662, pp.12-15
Authors: Pupišová Zuzana - Pupiš Martin - Jančoková Ľudmila - Pivovarníček Pavol
Classification: ADM Most significant project publication
Title: The use of hyperoxia as a way to accelerate recovery after a karate and judo match. In: Journal of human sport and exercise: Vol 8, No 3Proc (2013). ISSN: 1988-5202. pp.608-614
Authors: Pupiš Martin - Sližik Miroslav - Bartík Pavol
Classification: ABD
Title: World research of hypoxic training. 1.vyd. Banská Bystrica: Univerzita Mateja Bela Banská Bystrica a Slovenská asociácia kondičných trénerov, 2014, 160 s.ISBN 978-80-814-1080-2.
Authors: Pupiš Martin et al.
Classification: ADE
Title: Aplikácia inhalácie koncentrovaného kyslíka počas regenerácie při intervalovom anaeróbnom zaťažení v judo. In: Studia kinantopologica: Volume 14, 2013. ISSN 1213-2101, pp.119-126
Authors: Sližik Miroslav
Classification: ADE
Title: Vliv kontinuální inhalace vzduchu se zvýšenou koncentrací kyslíku na průběh zatížení při specifických testech v ledním hokeji. In: Studia Kinanthropologica: Volume 13, 2012. ISSN 1213-2101, pp. 302-309
Authors: Suchý Jiří - Pupiš Martin - Novotný Jiří