We know breathing has very high and essential benefits. Deep breathing boosts stamina, reduces stress and anxiety, and increases your performance to win. It helps you control your breathing to become correct and improves lung functions and the capacity to intake air.

Taking slow, deep breaths help in more oxygen to supply to blood, nerves, and muscles, which increases your lungs to gain more air in every inhale. It builds a steadier pace, more attention, focus, calmer mind under any performance for runners.

Former English cricketer Lewis Hatchett explains the importance of breathing in running and teaches some breathing exercises for runners for performance improvement in all physical and competition aspects in this video.

Learn Breathing Exercises for Runners to Increase Performance

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