Proper Breathing

Discussion in 'Articles' started by Kaith Rustaz, May 20, 2007.

  1. Zannen!

    Zannen! Banned Banned

    Probably, in addition to rapid breathing, like hyper ventilation, but it is kind of dangerous to do, IMO. But, making it hard to breath is actually cutting off oxygen to the muscles, making it difficult to get oxygenated blood to the muscles you are trying to work out. I don't really know, but it sounds plausible to make it hard to breathe to work them out, but to what real benefit?
     
  2. Taoquan

    Taoquan Valued Member

    Here did not feel like typing it all again but here this may clear a few things up.

     
  3. aikiwolfie

    aikiwolfie ... Supporter

    I didn't mean suffocatingly hard to breath :rolleyes:
     
  4. Zannen!

    Zannen! Banned Banned


    Yeah I knew you meant like restricting the movement of the chest in order to strengthen the breathing capacity. It is still dangerous to do as well. I knew you didn't mean suffocating. When you restrict the muscle movement you restrict the blood flow as well, it is a double edge sword trying to work those muscles.

    Just breathing properly is better in all cases.
     
  5. aikiwolfie

    aikiwolfie ... Supporter

    No that's not what I meant at all. As I previously mention some athletes use a tube with a fan attached that makes it harder to breath. Meaning they need to work harder for every breath.
     
  6. Zannen!

    Zannen! Banned Banned

    Oh, I see that might work.
     

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