If respiratory control during physical stress properly, rather than mindlessly, the effect of training will increase substantially. Breathing seems important part of the training process. And all because the system breaths associated with the cardiovascular system, like a tree trunk with branches.
With the right combination of breathing exercises with exercises on certain muscle groups "extra" to the problem areas of the human body is removed more easily than if you deal exclusively with physical drill. This happens because at the heart of all breathing exercises is the oxygen saturation of blood and acceleration of metabolic processes.
Modern fitness clubs offer a wide variety of lessons and options exercise - weights and cardio, aerobics, yoga, and Pilates Callanetics, playing in the water. And specific techniques require a different approach to the breath.
"Regardless of the type of load, there is a general requirement - any physical effort is carried out on the exhale, breathing is not delayed, breath exhalation should follow the same rhythm as we perform exercises", - says sports physician Elga Gushina.
However, there are methods that deviate from the general rule - yoga, Pilates, Callanetics. Effectiveness of these practices is strongly dependent on strict adherence to certain respiratory cycle.
In fitness enthusiasts often the question arises: how to breathe properly during exercise? "It all depends on the type of training - is responsible Elga Gushina. - For example, when running we are talking about rhythmic breathing, about which mentioned above. How to breathe - through the nose or mouth - in most cases, does not matter (this is due to energy processes that occur at the moment in the body - whether reduced muscle fiber with a sufficient supply of oxygen, or already have a deficit). "
"When the power of physical activity - need the right combination of exercises with the phases of the cycle" take a breath "- sums up the sports doctor. - If you need to make an effort to breath, and when we are in the starting position - a breath. "