Runners often feel frustrated when they get winded after starting a run. Sometimes, they blame it on their fitness level. However, getting out of breath has nothing to do with your fitness level. The issue most times is with the way you’re running.
This YouTube video from RashaadRahh teaches you how to breathe while running. If you’re looking for tips on how to run without getting out breath this video is a must watch for you.
How to Run Without Getting Out of Breath
The proper way to breath when you’re running is to breathe through your mouth. You can also breathe through your nose. Here’s a quick practice exercise that’ll help you understand how to breathe when you’re running:
- Close your mouth and breathe through your nose
- Now breathe through your mouth
- Next, breathe through your mouth and your nose
- Warmup to set your body in the mood
- Start running and let your body do the breathing
- When you stop running take time to understand how you’re breathing when you’re unable to control your breathing.
- Then take mental note of how you breathe when you’re not in control of your body
These practice steps are easy to follow. As a runner, getting out of breath can be a big hindrance to your success. But with proper breathing techniques, you can run without getting tired. You can also get a guide on Amazon to learn more on how to run without getting out breath.
This detailed video on how to run without getting out of breath is courtesy of the RashaadRahh which shares videos about triathlon.
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