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The purpose of this test was to determine if trained subjects have better MVV performance than untrained subjects. MVV is typically higher in young, aerobically trained athletes who have non-restrive or obstructive lung conditions and whose respiratory muscles are well trained (Beam & Adams, 2014). Hypothesis:It was hypothesized that the trained males will have higher MVV values than untrained females, trained females, and untrained males .
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maximal voluntary ventilation (MVV), gender, collegiate athletes, respiratory system
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Birks, Tori; Bailor, Emily; Jeffcoat, Maya; and Rhea, Callie, "The Difference in Maximal Voluntary Ventilation in Trained Persons and Untrained Persons" (2019). EXSI 432: Research Methods in Exercise Science: Research Proposal Posters. 74.