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how to breath when running

Postby wonderkid » Sat Sep 02, 2006 7:54 pm

how to breath properly when running in a game ie soccer game?through mouth or nose?but most ppl said it's through nose
isnt it harder to breath through nose while running?
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Postby James » Sun Sep 03, 2006 10:47 pm

In through nose, out through mouth.
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Postby kiekyon » Mon Sep 04, 2006 12:48 am

breathing in through the nose is healthier because the air is filtered
however, if the demand for oxygen is high during strenous exercise, it may be better to use mouth as well
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Postby Linn » Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:44 am

like any thing you train yourself how to breathe. If you need to breathe through your mouth you are "out of breath" and not trained to your target.

when you blow air out your mouth purse your lips. Deep breath through your nose and long steady breath out... you can go a long time like that running.

I dont run cause of my knee, But I power walk.
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Postby Dr.Stein » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:49 am

Inhale through nose while you're "flying" (when your both feet are in the air) or when your foot is stepping forward, then exhale through mouth while you're "landing" (when one of your feet touching the ground).
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Postby baikuza » Tue Sep 19, 2006 11:58 am

is that really good Dr. Stein???
[are you joking or what???... no idea]
just now i read like that...
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Postby sdekivit » Tue Sep 19, 2006 7:33 pm

and to get an optimal alveolar ventilation you should breath in slowly and deeply instead of increasing you inhalation frequency.

Proof: AV = f * (TV - DS)

where AV = alveolar ventilation, f = frequency, TV = tidal volume and DS = anatomical dead space.
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Postby Dr.Stein » Wed Sep 20, 2006 6:23 am

baikuza wrote:is that really good Dr. Stein???
[are you joking or what???... no idea]
just now i read like that...

That's real. Maybe you just never realize yet ;) It's hard to inhale when your foot step on to the ground in running activity. That's logical ;)
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Postby baikuza » Wed Sep 20, 2006 10:32 am

hmm.. that's right Dr. Stein. but,
... if no foot that touch earth surface... can we said it is walk??/run???
or.. we better chose to said it is a jump.
:roll: do not it???
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Postby Dr.Stein » Thu Sep 21, 2006 7:42 am

I bet you never attend a Sport class ;) During stepping forward, when one of our feet touching the ground and the other one is in the air while we're moving, that's called as WALK. When there is a time both feet are in the air, it's called RUN.

You remember one of athletics category named "jalan cepat"? It's a true walking not running because there is no time when both feet are in teh air. When you do that, you will get disqualification. I hope this can explain you ;)

Oh, another one... jump is when two feet are in the air together, but NOT in stepping mode (two feet are lift together and the same time). That's why in athletics we differ among walk, run, and jump. Once you describe them wrong, you get disqualification :)
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Postby widhi » Sun Sep 24, 2006 2:38 am

sorry,I think thats really wrong Dr.Stein
when I life until now,the definition of walking is touch ur foot on the ground one by one whereas the time to take the foot are not quickly..about when we breath,is urs..not any principe,if u walk more fast u need more energy and it this consequency to breath anymore.If we said thats I know,if we jump so thats right if we keep any time at the air..sprint,I think we must don't breath oftenly because my trainer at 'pornas' say that we must use ATP for run quickly...
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Postby Dr.Stein » Mon Sep 25, 2006 7:33 am

Sorry, I can't explain pretty well with words. Also my English is stupid to make a satisfying definition. However, all I wrote is based on sport technique book and athletics class I attended.

I believe you will agree with me if I had a chance to show you what I mean by walking, running, and jumping. It is only that you and me and people have a different interpretation of each other's statement.

This is what I tried to define as walking: one foot on the ground when the other one stepping - no "flying period" i.e. when both feet are in the air.

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Running: just like walking but there is a "flying period".

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Jumping: both feet are in the air, lift together, no "stepping mode" like walking/running step, means that jumping can't make continuous forward-steps like in walking/running.

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About sprint or short-distance-speed running, of course we cannot breath. Take a breath deep in "start" line and breath again after reaching "finish" line. That's why sprint is short-distance 100-200 m because we're not suggested to hold our breath for long time :)

What I wrote as "jalan cepat" (my mother language) is "race walk" in English. It is true walking but with acceleration. When athletes can't differ well the definition between walk and run, they will run and not doing race-walk, then they will get disqualified.

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