PHOTO: Owen Gillott & Luke Williams from Hagens Berman U-23 Cycling Program
This is the final in a series of four articles published by Athletics Weekly and written by Robin McNelis. Robin is a chartered physiotherapist who specialises in cardiac and respiratory physiotherapy at Wellington Hospital in London. He’s also a qualified athletics coach running his own health, fitness and wellbeing consultancy, Run Robin Run.
In this, his fourth article, Robin looks at how to improve your breathing and ultimately your performance, listing nose breathing, nasal rinsing, POWERbreathe inspiratory muscle training – and “one for the future”, but you’ll have to read his article to find out what this is.
Read Robin’s first article, Correct Breathing for Athletes >
Read Robin’s second article, Good and Bad Breathing in Athletics >
Read Robin’s third article, Breathing Patterns >
Read Robin’s fourth article, Improving Breathing by Robin McNelis >