When the temperature rises, so does my motivation to workout. The shining sun always gives me increased energy and even more reason to head outside and enjoy the warmth. I often find myself, with barely a moments notice, lacing up my sneaks to enjoy a run outside. However, transitioning from the treadmill to asphalt always seems to create a problem in my workout routine: proper breathing.
Like so many of us, I struggle with breathing properly while working out. I often find myself more focused on the movement of my body than the movement of my lungs, making me tire faster and get less out of my workout.
If you have difficulty understanding how to breathe properly during a workout of cardio, strength, or otherwise, check out this article from Women's Health to perfect your technique: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/breathing-techniques
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