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2003/12/30 23:13:03 (permalink)

Inhalation problems..

I'm having inhalation problems when running. I can't seem to fill my lungs to their max. capacity. I'm not sure if this is due to the temperature (-25 C)... Any words of wisdom from anyone? Would taking a few mins. daily to breathe in deeply help?
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    Boxer
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    RE: Inhalation problems.. 2003/12/31 03:59:04 (permalink)
    It will be because of the cold temperatures mate.

    I would say that daily breathing wouldn't help but i'm no expert on breathing techniques.
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    RE: Inhalation problems.. 2003/12/31 05:41:37 (permalink)
    Holy ****.

    You actually run outside skullder? At this time of the year? How do you avoid slipping on all the ice and breaking your neck?
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    RE: Inhalation problems.. 2003/12/31 06:40:58 (permalink)
    i just try and stick to running in the snow or on roads. I would never run on ice :) ..now cycling that's a totally different matter.
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    RE: Inhalation problems.. 2003/12/31 07:20:12 (permalink)
    I've been for a run this morning guys and I just ran on the grass. It's impossible to run on the pavement here too with all the ice.

    I thought I had frosbite in my face for about ten minutes :) It's probably only about -4 C here at a guess.
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    RE: Inhalation problems.. 2003/12/31 07:38:09 (permalink)
    Skullder are you new to running?
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    RE: Inhalation problems.. 2003/12/31 08:12:23 (permalink)
    Boxer, yes. I have run on and off constantly, mainly because of my crippling shin splints. As of now i am running almost everyday, adding about 100 metres extra daily. The majority of my runs cover roadsides and hay fields.
    It's amazing how much better it is running outdoors. On the treadmill, i have gone for 5 hours while watching t.v with no problems...outside i am winded in 30 minutes :(
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    RE: Inhalation problems.. 2003/12/31 08:17:56 (permalink)
    Your breathing problems will definitely improve mate given time if you stick to the running and the cold is also a factor in your breathlessness.
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