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6/20/11 12:06 P

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I find it too hard to breath to footfalls personally. Mainly because the cadance changes.

I read to do deep belly breathing. It's an article here on SP too. I breathe in deeply to the count of three, then exhale hard to the count of 3/4.





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6/20/11 10:29 A

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I'm a beginning runner, and I breath in one two out one two (foot strikes) but I read in a running book that I should change my breathing technique to
in one two three foot strikes
out one two foot strikes
Does anyone have any advice about this? I don't know if it really makes a difference? Am I working too hard if I'm only breathing in twice and out twice? Does this question even make sense? Sorry if it is confusing. I wasn't sure how to explain. Thanks for anyone who tries to answer!

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