Unformatted text preview: When training or playing games endurance athletes will sometimes experience something that is called “second wind”. Second wind is the feeling of relief upon making the necessary metabolic adjustments to a heavy exercise intensity. The major change that takes place for “second wind” to happen is when there is a changeover from labored breathing which is called (dyspnea) to normal breathing which is called (eupnea). This respiratory adjustment however is only a reflection of metabolic adjustment to the exercise intensity. The way that “second wind” is most likely explained is by a change in skeletal muscular efficiency as increasing muscular temperature brings it on....
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- Spring '08
- English, exercise intensity, heavy exercise intensity, skeletal muscular efficiency