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Table 2 Variables of pulmonary function test and respiratory muscle strength test

From: Effect of inspiratory muscle-loaded exercise training on peak oxygen uptake and ventilatory response during incremental exercise under normoxia and hypoxia

 IMLET (n = 8)ET (n = 8)ANOVA
prepostprePostperiodgroupinteraction
Vital capacity [L]4.1 ± 0.44.3 ± 0.5*4.2 ± 0.74.2 ± 0.7P = 0.14,
ηp2 = 0.15
P = 0.94,
ηp2 = 0.00
P = 0.02,
ηp2 = 0.34
Force vital capacity [L]4.1 ± 0.44.2 ± 0.54.0 ± 0.64.1 ± 0.6P = 0.02,
ηp2 = 0.34
P = 0.81,
ηp2 = 0.00
P = 0.29,
ηp2 = 0.01
Force expiratory volume in one second [L]3.7 ± 0.43.7 ± 0.33.7 ± 0.53.7 ± 0.5P = 0.78,
ηp2 = 0.06
P = 0.76,
ηp2 = 0.01
P = 0.76,
ηp2 = 0.01
Maximal voluntary ventilation by 12 s [L min− 1]143 ± 31148 ± 33120 ± 35134 ± 26P = 0.07,
ηp2 = 0.22
P = 0.24,
ηp2 = 0.09
P = 0.35,
ηp2 = 0.06
PImax [cmH2O]102 ± 20145 ± 26*111 ± 23127 ± 23*P = 0.01,
ηp2 = 0.54
P = 0.51,
ηp2 = 0.03
P = 0.47,
ηp2 = 0.04
PEmax [cmH2O]140 ± 29169 ± 29*135 ± 25155 ± 25*P = 0.00,
ηp2 = 0.73
P = 0.58,
ηp2 = 0.02
P = 0.04,
ηp2 = 0.26
  1. Values are mean ± SD. *: significantly different from pre-training, PImax Maximal inspiratory pressure, PEmax Maximal expiratory pressure,