Many beginning runners complain of breathing problems. Typically, they say they can never seem to catch their breath, and I understand that if you feel like you can’t breathe, you can’t very well focus on improving your running. You certainly can’t get comfortable and actually enjoy it, either. In fact, you will probably be incapable of building running endurance or speed. In this episode, I’ll provide explanation of what is actually likely happening and strategies for eliminating or at least improving breathing problems for runners.
About Debbie Voiles
Debbie is a running coach who loves to work with all levels of runners from beginner runners working up to their first mile to first-time marathoners. Running form, motivation, race strategy, speed work, and cross training will all help you achieve your goals. Chat with Debbie on Google+ | LinkedIn | Facebook