When I jog, how should I breath?

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28 Posts
Aug 6, 2013 5:18am
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Should I breath thru my nose or my mouth? I breath thru my nose but some people tells me I should breath thru my mouth, who's right?

06 Aug
Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth.
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Aug 6, 2013 5:34am
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Breath through your nose. Breathing through your mouth will make your throat hurt and breathing through your nose will help you job/run for a longer distance. :) 

68 Posts
Aug 6, 2013 3:14pm
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Teh always told me its like this: breathe trough youre nose (in) and trough youre mouth (out)
5 Posts
Aug 6, 2013 3:33pm
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When u run u should definetly breath in and out of ur nose. U should do this because the more u do it will steady ur running and ur breathing and by the time ur done jogging u won't be so out of breath.
07 Aug
No breath out through ur mouth
58 Posts
Aug 6, 2013 6:04pm
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This is gonna sound crazy to u, but there is a method i use throughout most of my runs. 3 breaths in through the nose, 2 out through the nose. You breathe with stomach muscles. Its hard at first, but it helped me with my long distance running.

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Aug 6, 2013 6:29pm
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Cool thing about human beings...we are 1 of only a few animals who have the ability to take multiple strides for each breathe.  
I usually try & do 4 short breathes in thru my nose (1 per stride), followed by 1 powerful exhale thru my mouth 

By remember you have to find what works for you.   Work on different cadences until you find a pattern that feels right  

Enjoy the journey!!

160 Posts
Aug 7, 2013 4:14pm
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Well for ppl who has asthma or birderline asthma then nose but it all depend on how fast u going n distance i think it a combination of both stay hydrated.

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Aug 8, 2013 6:34am
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Breath(in) through nose. Breath(out) through nose about 4-5 breaths. Then Breath (in) through nose, then breath(out) through mouth for 1 breath.        Sounds complicated, but I do it and it really helps when I alternate.