Upside Strength Podcast

Jerome Dempsey, Breathing, Respiratory Limitations, Hypoxia, CO2 || Episode #91 [EN]

December 24, 2020

Jerome Dempsey is a Ph.D. in Applied Physiology from the University of Wisconsin and Professor Emeritus since 2008.

LINKS:
Is the healthy respiratory system built just right, overbuilt, or underbuilt to meet the demands imposed by exercise?
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32790594/

Pathophysiology of sleep apnea
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20086074/

TOPICS:
0:00 - Intro
0:55 - Start
1:17 - Beginnings in science
6:17 - Autonomic VS voluntary control of breathing
12:00 - The influence of the respiratory system on other systems
21:07 - Thoracic pump
26:55 - Respiratory frequency and tidal volume - implications for exercise 
35:25 - The lungs
46:16 - Hypoxia
58:01 - CO2
1:13:58 - Respiratory system limitations overview
1:25:14 - What aspects of the respiratory system can be trained
1:30:47 - Mentorship and its role in research (and in life)
1:42:19 - The scientific process: asking hard questions and being wrong

Full Video Interview: https://youtu.be/heDnqOd8ozs

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