When searching for an answer to the question “how to breathe correctly while running” face multiple options, sometimes conflicting. Is there a single right way of breathing that meets all the requirements?
Note for a start that breathing while running is not an arbitrary function. His task is to cover the body’s need for oxygen. It is logical to assume that this demand depends on both the pace and the distance that must be overcome.
The overall average respiration rate observed in runners overcoming long distances at a high rate of 45 breaths per minute. The velocity of the displacement is 180 steps per minute, and the rhythm of breathing is supported in a proportion of 2 steps inhale, 2 on the exhale.
Easy running for recovery does not involve intensive training loads and high rate of movement. Depending on comfortable speed the rhythm of the stepsmay vary within wide limits. It is but natural respiration rate in the rhythm 3-4 step on the breath, and, accordingly, the same on the exhale. Continue reading