Maximize Your Sports Performance And Enjoyment
Are you looking for a competitive edge or just want to enjoy your exercise more?
In a recent study, recreational, amateur and elite athletes admitted their breathing was holding them back.
They felt they could go further, faster and stronger with more enjoyment if their breathing was better.
These same athletes also said they did little to prepare their breathing for exercise. They don't train their breathing nor warm up or cool down their lungs and diaphragm prior to exercise.
Athletes realize better endurance, speed, recovery times and VO2 Max.
It's time you had the oxygen advantage! Recreational, amateur, elite, Olympic and professional athletes around the world are taking advantage of breath training.
It Depends On How You Breathe: First developed in Europe, athletic breath training employs a physiological effect, the Bohr Effect, first discovered in 1904 by a Danish researcher. The Bohr Effect, and it's Oxygen Disassociation Curve, specifies how optimal muscle oxygenation happens in the body. It turns out the way you breathe determines how much oxygen gets to your muscles.
How It Works: There are several body gases that regulate the transfer of oxygen from red blood cells into the muscles. When we breathe correctly, not exhaling these body gases, we maximize oxygen transfer resulting in optimal muscle performance.
Get Better Results: Regardless if you are a recreational or elite athlete, athletic breath training improves overall exercise or training performance and enjoyment. It improves speed and endurance, decreases recovery times, manages fatigue and "the burn", makes exercise time more enjoyable and reduces injuries and illnesses that keep you from training. Competitive athletes can also see significant VO2 max improvements.
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To best way to understand how athletic breath training can improve your sport performance is through a breathing evaluation.
You'll receive a four page breathing analysis comparing your breathing to medical and observational norms and the steps you can take to optimize your breathing. It takes about 75 minutes and costs just $75.