Normal Range for Negative Inspiratory Force?


Negative Inspiratory Force is the greatest force that the chest muscles can use to take in a breath. The normal value is greater than -60. This figure shows how strong your breathing muscles are.
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the negative effects of force are: *force can stop a moving object. *force can produce heat. *force is not desirable.
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Working alot of weekends and 12 hour shifts non stop. Deploying for 6 months then 12 months home and deploying for 6 more on and on. Basic training is easy its mostly improcessing
the normal force is the force pressing two surfaces together; on an incline, the normal force is mg cos(theta) here, that equals 2 kg x 9.8m/s/s x cos 36=15.9N
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