Breathing during Bega
When you run, you need air. This is normal, especially if you are a beginner. Your body needs oxygen, just as a car needs gasoline. When you do physical exercise, whether running or walking fast, your muscles need more oxygen. The body responds to this need by increasing the amount of oxygen in the blood, which nourishes the muscles. The lungs work harder. To get more oxygen from the air. It’s very simple.
Especially without thinking over this question, many runners breathe in 2/2 mode. They make two steps on the inhale and two on the exhale. If a person is running very slowly, he could breathe in the mode of 3/3. If a person
runs very fast, often breathing mode is set to 2/1 or 1/1. But usually the person instinctively uses the schema 2/2.
If you count your inhalations and exhalations, you find that you breathe on a different scheme, don’t worry. Adjusting your breath under the standard scheme, you are unlikely to immediately become an Olympic champion, rather the contrary, for some time, slow down your pace by counting the breaths. Breathe as used.
As many lances have been broken on the isue of how to breathe while running, through the mouth or through the nose. Typically, most runners breathe simultaneously through the mouth and through the nose. The famous trainer of athletes from New Zealand Arthur Lydiard (Arthur Lydiard) on the question of how to breathe correctly answered. “Breathe through your mouth. If you breathe through your nose. If you can, you can even breathe the air through the ears.”
Relax your lower jaw and slightly open mouth. Oxygen can enter the lungs through the mouth and through the nose at the same time. Oxygenated blood to supply them the muscles.