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Run, Forrest, Run: Breathe, Kendra, Breathe by k2theforrest Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 12:30pm If you know me you’ll probably be scratching your head about the title of this post. “Doesn’t Kendra hate references to Forrest Gump and especially to that line?” Yes. Absolutely. Completely. A Million Times Over. For those of you who don’t know me in real life, my middle name really is Forrest (no; I’m not making it up, yes; I do spell it wi ... Read on »
Running and Nasal Breathing by Matt M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 25 Jul 2010 9:54am Thanks to a commenter for pointing out the importance of nasal breathing.  I added this to the running guide .  It is something I wrote about and experimented with last summer, but had forgotten about.  This is why I made a permanent page on running - so I can keep track of everything! Speaking of nasal breathing, I read where Olympian ru ... Read on »
Breathe at Girls on the Run in Asheville by Lindsey G. Posted Mon 12 Dec 2011 10:34am This weekend Breathe Magazine trekked down to Asheville, N.C. to volunteer at the Girls on the Run 5k . Runners started pouring onto UNC’s campus for the event at around 10 Saturday morning and it was near freezing. The wind was whipping and we were all bundled in our jackets. The runners were prepared for the cold ... Read on »
HOW TO BREATHE WHEN RUNNING by kimmie1980ca Posted Sat 08 Sep 2012 2:41am Ever wonder why some days you feel like an energizer bunny and can keep running and running, while other days your legs feel like lead and you have zero stamina? Certainly the amount of sleep you got the night before, stress levels, and diet play a role in how you perform during your runs, but how you regulate your breath during your joggi ... Read on »
Running, Breathing and the Nose by irunnerblog Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 10:16am Let me start off by reminding everyone that I am the “average Joe” runner.  I am not a coach or trying to pass myself off as some sort of expert.  I am just a living experiment.  So, with that out of the way I wanted to tackle something that I have been thinking about for the past few weeks, breathing and running.  My reason for thinking about ... Read on »
Triathlon Training: 4 Mile Run + 5 Mile Bike + Bilateral Breathing Advice by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Jul 2009 11:24pm Hello everyone! First I want to start off with some advice I received from my buddy Todd. Todd has been doing triathlons for a couple of years now and recently completed a 70.3 (Half Ironman ). I have been tinkering with my breathing during my swimming - which is probably stupid considering my Tri is less than 2 weeks away! But he posted this ... Read on »
10 Breathing Rejuvenation Tips To Grab On The Run: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Jul 2008 8:05pm By Carole Fogarty Modern science confirms what the ancients wisdoms believe: The way you breathe literally determines your life span.A note from me yesterdayover at twitter   Monthly Feature: Top Ten Twitter Rejuvenation Tips For July: This month I have decided to theme the monthly rejuvenation tips. Instead of picking 10 general rej ... Read on »
10 Breathing Rejuvenation Tips To Grab On The Run: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 2:19pm By Carole Fogarty Editor of  Rejuvenation Loungeand facilitator of Women’s Rejuvenation Retreats:   Monthly Feature: Top Ten Twitter Rejuvenation Tips For July: Modern science confirms what the ancients wisdoms believe: The way you breathe literally determines your life span. A note from me yesterday over at twitter   This mon ... Read on »
Breathing tips for running (reader q&a) by shesafitchick Posted Fri 21 Jan 2011 8:07am Hey everybody! I’m Beth from Will Run for Books .  When Jennifer tweeted that she was looking for someone to help her answer a reader question on breathing while running, I jumped at the chance!  I’m an asthmatic who was told she’d never be a runner – now, I’m training for my second half marathon.  I’m not a doctor or a personal traine ... Read on »
Running and Breathing: A Lesson in Oxygen Intake and VO2 Max by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 7:32pm When first starting out, many runners struggle with running and breathing. Many have probably heard the term VO2Max. And many know that having a high one is good, but most aren't quite sure what it really represents. The term broken down actually stands for V (volume per time), O2 (oxygen), Max (maximum). Sometimes VO2 max is referred to ... Read on »