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Buteyko Sport | Nose Breathing in Sport, How to get rid of lactic acid Breathing in Sport Get the Edge you’ve been searching for, the natural way The Buteyko Breathing Method is a corrective breathing program that has drastically improved sports men and women's health which underpins their fitness. Hill Climbing & Sprint Cycling Martial Arts Master A second makes a big difference "Where a fraction of a second makes a big difference, correct breathing is an area that we cannot ignore..." Body builder Rugby: New Zealand All Blacks Triathlete who nose breathes Canadian Police Fitness Test Marathon Training Rowing Motocross (Scrambling) Lactic Acid & Forearm pump Sleep problems / fatigue Hill Climbing & Sprint Cycling Having Rowed Competitively for 20 years, I had to give up due to back injury. The doctor told me to cycle 5 time a week to strengthen the muscles in my lower back, I joined one of the local cycling clubs and found that I enjoyed it at the start of the season. I was finding it took me a long time to recover from a hard training session or race, I would be coughing for 10—15 mins and a lot of lactic acid build up in my legs. After a 10 mile time trail I spoke to Alex, who asked if I always suffered like this, he suggested that he could vastly improve my recovery, with a breathing technique. After working with Alex, in a very small space of time I found that I had stopped coughing completely and the build up of lactic acid in my legs was reduced. My performance improved each week with my 10 mile time trail times dropping, by nearly one and a half mins from 27.30 to 26.10. In my Club, Hill Climbing and Sprint Leagues, I climbed from 9th to finish 4th in both. Other benefits I found is being more able to cope with stressful situations at work and more relaxed in general. Ian B, Scotland Taught by Alex Spence"thebreathingman.com" Martial Arts Master As a professional martial artist I have been training my mind and body for many years. Breathing exercises and meditation make up a large part of my art. I was curious about the Buteyko Method so I called Steve Lumsdaine from Breath Connection... The Buteyko method of breath retraining and related exercises that Steve showed me helped me understand the techniques that I had been using in my meditation and martial arts. Not only did it clarify (scientifically) many of the techniques that I had been exposed to in the Eastern Teachings but it helped me understand many of my own personal experiences and difficulties as well. I feel now, having been through the Breath Connection course, that I understand many of the traditional breathing practices on a much more subtle level. In particular, the performance enhancing practice of nasal breathing while exercising. I find this technique is providing me with more sustainable endurance and I feel calmer and more composed during training - essential in martial arts. Also after training I feel less tired and a greater sense of well-being. Sensei Phil Holt - 3rd Dan Master Instructor - Bukido Taijutsu Taught by Steve Lumsdaine A second makes a big difference "Where a fraction of a second makes a big difference, correct breathing is an area that we cannot ignore. While I am not asthmatic, I use the Asthma Care program and have found improved performance and health benefits overall. I think in time, all athletes will be considering this approach to retain their competitive edge." Brian Maher. Kilkenny City Harriers: Taught by Patrick McKeown Body builder I spent a weight lifting training session with body builder Steph Sinton Nabba Uni 2006 Pro-Am Overall Winner. I instructed Steph on his breathing which reduce his recovery time from 1 hour 30 minutes down to 10 minutes. Steph Sinton: Taught by Alex Spence "thebreathingman.com" Rugby: New Zealand All Blacks Con Barrell is well-known as a rugby player in his native Canterbury, New Zealand, and now nationally as an All Black reserve. What many rugby fans may not realise is that Con is also a chronic asthmatic. "I would train hard and be rearing to go to the next big game for the Canterbury Crusaders, only to be knocked back by asthma after catching a slight cold", he says. "It was heart-breaking. My family and friends would ask, 'why are you doing this to yourself'? because I had to take so much medication to get through a game. It worried me as well, and I seriously thought of giving the whole thing away. But thankfully that is a thing of the past - life is only going to get better from now on!"... Con Barrell New Zealand: Taught by Russell and Jennifer Stark Triathlete who nose breathes Eexercise with your mouth closed! I used pauses and Reduced Breathing (RB) to increase my CP at first to get rid of asthma and my sucepibility to bronchitis. I was getting bronchitis/pneumonia 3-4 times per year since about year 2000. Eventually, I quit doing pauses and RB when I felt I had acheived a good level of health. I am a triathlete and push myself with biking and running. But the only difference now is that I keep my mouth closed no matter what. Since I found Buteyko a little over a year and a half ago I have had two very very small head colds. In fact the colds I have had were so small, my nose only got a little runny (not stuffy). The colds never went to my chest like they normally would. I never had to be sick in the bed or call in sick to work. I feel that my daily intense exercise with my mouth closed is responsible for maintianing my improved level of health. Usually, when I enter a race I have a 50% chance of placing top 3 in my age group. It really depends on the field and how competitive the other racers are. Also, I focus more on distance now than before. When I had asthma, I could not go as long. Now I can go and go and go and go as long as I want as long as I want. When I run I usually go anywhere from 7-10 miles. Tomorrow, I am running the "Surfin' Santa 10 Miler Race". It will be cold... 40s. But with my mouth closed the cold does not bother my lungs any more. I work in the public school system which is a germ factory. Since September the kids and teachers have all taken their turns with awful stuffy nose colds and awful hacking coughs with rattling mucuosy sound... NOT ME! Knock on wood... I have avoided this. My breathing remains permanantly shallow without having to focus on it. Thank GOD for Buteyko!!! Nicole Cleveland, US Canadian Police Fitness Test "I was in the process of going through all the testing required to apply to police services and during the process did a practice session of the physical test. Upon completion, though I almost succeeded, I was disappointed at how physically weak I felt and how long it took me to recover between exercises. I believe due to the intense stress I put on my body physically that day, I developed immediate symptoms of a cold and severe coughing. The actual test was only 7 days from the practice and I reached out to find a way to reduce the coughing fits and increase my recovery time du...

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