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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Effect of Hyperbaric Oxygen and Vital Capacity of Lungs on Maximum Aerobic Capacity and Anaerobic Endurance to Basketball Players

Author: LALUMOHYUDHA ISNAINI, SOEGIYANTO, UGIHARTO, SULAIMAN
Abstract: The development of technology and medical science in the world of health continues to grow. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of differences in hyperbaric oxygen methods with pressure of 1.5 ATA and 2.4 ATA, to know the difference in high lung vital capacity and low lung vital capacity and to analyze hyperbaric oxygen interactions and lung vital capacity to increase maximum aerobic capacity and anaerobic endurance. Experimental research with factorial 2x2 design method with a total sample of 40 players. The test used is a bleep test to measure maximum aerobic capacity and RAST test to measure anaerobic endurance. Conclusion that hyperbaric oxygen with a pressure of 1.5 ATA and 2.4 ATA has a significant effect on increasing maximum aerobic capacity and anaerobic resistance. There is no difference in hyperbaric oxygen with pressure of 1.5 ATA and 2.4 ATA, there are differences in high lung vital capacity and low lung vital capacity and there is no hyperbaric oxygen interaction and lung vital capacity for maximal aerobic capacity and anaerobic endurance. Benefits of research, trainers and coaches can use hyperbaric oxygen at a pressure of 1.5 ATA as an alternative method to improve physical condition and pay attention to the vital capacity of the lungs in selecting players.
Keyword: Hyperbaric Oxygen, Lung Vital Capacity, Maximum Aerobic Capacity and Anaerobic Endurance
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.073
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