Importance of Breathing Mechanics
Understanding why breathing is important to us is an easy concept to grasp…without air, we do not survive. However, very few people understand the true importance of breathing habits, and how proper training can improve quality of life and help us to perform better.
Although breathing is an unconscious process, the stressors of modern life create poor breathing habits that become ingrained within this unconscious process; causing a vicious cycle of overbreathing during rest, and leading to inefficient breathing during exercise and reduced performance.
This workshop is designed to teach you the basics of how the cardiorespiratory system functions to deliver oxygen throughout the body in the most effective way. It will also provide you with practical exercises you can use on a daily basis to build proper breathing habits and increase your athletic performance.
What You’ll Get
The benefits of attending this workshop and using this information include:
- Improved breathing mechanics at rest and during exercise
- Improved sleep
- Improved energy
- Improved mood
- Reduced stress levels
- Improved oxygenation to vital tissues and organs
- Easier breathing and reduced breathlessness during exercise
- Improved aerobic performance
- Improved anaerobic performance
Coach Adrian Bilyk has been a coach at The Foundry since January 2017, when he also began his pursuit of a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Chicago and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, and CrossFit Endurance Trainer. Adrian has a passion for enhancing people’s lives and athletic performance through various methods in strength and conditioning, nutrition, and lifestyle management. He recently discovered effective methods to enhance quality of life and athletic performance through breathing and is excited to share this knowledge with you all.
Cost: $10 for members, $30 for non-members including Team WOD
Date: Saturday, July 21st (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/2Ndq0WE