It is correct to inhale through the nose, exhale through the mouth, isn’t it? That's right, but not always. Breathing plays an important role in sports, since if you breathe incorrectly, you lose oxygen, which means strength.
Proper breathing during fitness exercises will greatly increase the effectiveness of training, because in this case the muscles will be better restored, you will become less tired and you will be able to reach the required result faster. Most people breathe correctly only during sleep.
They are in the state of complete relaxation, when the breath is controlled unconsciously. During the waking period, breathing is not so correct and is sometimes delayed, which can cause serious disturbances in such important organs as the heart and the brain.
Meanwhile, having learned to control your breathing, you can not only stay healthy for a long time, but also to live much longer. We offer you to read the information and to start changing your breathing today:
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#1. When you are at your desk. Put one hand on your chest and the other on your abdominal area. Take deep breaths for several minutes. Make sure your abs rise before your chest.
Take just a few minutes out of each day to bring yourself to a state of calm and wellness and balance your life using a combination of guided meditations and mindfulness techniques. The techniques are a simple, practical relaxation method for anyone.
#2. When you are warming up. Roll your chest, shoulders and neck. Then do deep breaths like in the previous case.
#3. When you are working out. Take a deep breath immediately prior to lifting and holding that breath while you lift. However, if you have some problems with your heart or pressure, you need to consult a doctor before starting exercising.
While walking, running, cycling, swimming, when the body's need for oxygen increases several times, proper breathing is especially important. When running, first of all, you need to coordinate the rhythm and the frequency of breathing with the movements of the body. Disorderly, with pauses or, on the contrary, too frequent breathing disturbs the rhythm of running, makes coordination difficult and does not provide sufficient ventilation of the lungs.
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