spinning

Spinning® In the sense of Bending over and riding a bike a lot. Today’s society places a lot of emphasis on healthy living by exercising at least three times a week and eating healthy food. However we probably don’t realize that to achieve this, correct breathing habits must be involved as the foundation for this healthy lifestyle. We are conditioned

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diaphragm-stitch

Side Stitches How to avoid cramps when working out Often resulting in a premature end to an energetic workout, a “stitch” can be a painful experience. If it comes in combination with feeling sick, it can take days before you are ready to intensely exert yourself again. What causes these unwanted reactions? Can they be avoided? Are they just a

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phenylethylamine

Phenylethylamine New Chemical May Explain “Runner’s High” There is growing evidence that regular exercise boosts people’s moods and may even fight clinical depression. Researchers found that a session of moderate aerobic activity appears to elevate the body’s levels of phenylethylamine, a natural chemical linked to energy, mood and attention. When they had 20 healthy young men run on a treadmill

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rebounder

#995. Rebounders Try combining them with an oxygen concentrator. WOW! Why is rebounding so good for breathing? First let’s differentiate between jumping up and down on a trampoline and the gentle movement and gentle inhaling and exhaling of rebounding that is generally superior to any activity that causes forced breathing. It’s also good for lung and body cells. Rebounding is

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exercise

Exercise and Breathing Why Some Workouts Don’t Work, Aren’t Fun, and How to Change That “From proper physical exercise, one gets lightness, capacity to work, firmness, tolerance of difficulties, dimunition of physical impurities, and strengthening of digestion and metabolism” Cherak Exercise not with a striving mind, but with a receptive body. – Yogic axiom Today’s society places a lot of

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altitude-training

Altitude Training There has been so much alleged change in the last 14 years the below information needs updating. But for now at least see what was occurring in 1996 and then in 2012 Sports Med 1996 Oct;22(4):251-63 Altitude training for improvements in sea level performance. Is there scientific evidence of benefit? Wolski LA, McKenzie DC, Wenger HA Allan McGavin

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Are breathing problems caused by sports, exercise, or prolonged, intense Efforts? Or are exercise challenges caused by breathing poorly? Answer. BOTH

Some call it Exercise Induced Hyperventilation, even COPD or Emphysema but that may only be part of it, or none of it. Physicians may call an intense form Effort Induced Broncho- Spasm. EIBS. Sports coaches and personal trainers may refer to it as overtraining. Why do some pass a cardiac stress test and drop dead the following day or soon

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