Remedy 4 Runners Videos

Intro to Remedy 4 Runners

Test Your CO2 Tolerance

The two necessary fuels for muscle efficiency are glucose and oxygen. It’s not as simple as breathing in more oxygen to help the muscles perform well.  What typically doesn’t get explained in this process is the body’s necessary use of Carbon Dioxide (Co2). When you run, your heart rate and breathing quicken as a normal response to the body moving faster.

Controlling your breath is the secret to running performance. 

Better Breathing 4 Running

Better breathing will give you the ability to increase exercise intensity and offer less physical fatigue. Better breathing ensures the heart doesn’t have to work as hard during exercise. 

The better way to breathe when running is through the nose. Nasal breathing improves your Co2 tolerance and heart rate variability.

This video gives you practical tips for how to breathe when you run.