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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.


Scientific Grant Agency of the Slovak Republic

Project number:1/1175/12
Duration:2012 - 2014
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