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Breathwork Base

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Breathwork Base contains breathing exercises you can use in various situations to alter your state and influence your wellbeing & performance. Whether you’re a budding athlete or simply looking to manage everyday stress, we... more

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Category
Yoga, Lifestyle, Cardio, Full Body
Level
All Levels
Equipment
no equipment
Location
Home

Frequently Asked Questions

DISCLAIMER
Consult your physician before performing breathwork drills and never perform breathing exercises or breath holds when operating heavy machinery or near a body of water.
What are the goals of the program?
Breathwork Base is designed to help you strengthen your mind-body connection, enhance cardiovascular performance, and support your healthy, heroic lifestyle. The goal is to help you become the master of your nervous system - able to calm things down in times of rest and turn things up whenever you need to act.
How to schedule the program into a week?
Breathwork practices can be done daily. The most important thing is to find a time that works for you (first thing in the morning is a great place to start) and endeavour to commit to a regular practice. Some drills can also be used before training or competition to prep your body and mind to perform, while others can be performed when you're looking to wind down after training or a busy day at work.
What do I need to participate in this program?
Breathing drills can be practiced sitting or standing. All you need is a small space and some quiet time alone. Always seek your physicians guidance to determine whether or not breathwork is right or you, and ensure you are not operating any heavy machinery or in/next to a body of water when performing breathing exercises or breathholds.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
The breathing drills are suitable for complete beginners and experienced athletes. Each exercise is split up into varying difficulty levels. Start with the level 1 drills and work your way up over time.
How do I know which exercise / level to choose?
Experiment to find the breathwork drills that feel best for you. For each drill there are various difficulty levels, so whether you’re looking for a short relaxing session or more of a challenge, there should be something there for you. Aim to work your way through the levels over time (beginning at level 1), but be patient, don’t rush or push yourself too hard.
What do all the numbers mean?
The levels refer to the exercise difficulty (higher number = higher difficulty). The four numbers with dashes refer to the lengths of the inhale, hold, exhale and hold. Eg. 4-2-4-2 refers to a 4 count inhale, 2 count hold, 4 count exhale and 4 count hold.

Frequently Asked Questions

DISCLAIMER
Consult your physician before performing breathwork drills and never perform breathing exercises or breath holds when operating heavy machinery or near a body of water.
What are the goals of the program?
Breathwork Base is designed to help you strengthen your mind-body connection, enhance cardiovascular performance, and support your healthy, heroic lifestyle. The goal is to help you become the master of your nervous system - able to calm things down in times of rest and turn things up whenever you need to act.
How to schedule the program into a week?
Breathwork practices can be done daily. The most important thing is to find a time that works for you (first thing in the morning is a great place to start) and endeavour to commit to a regular practice. Some drills can also be used before training or competition to prep your body and mind to perform, while others can be performed when you're looking to wind down after training or a busy day at work.
What do I need to participate in this program?
Breathing drills can be practiced sitting or standing. All you need is a small space and some quiet time alone. Always seek your physicians guidance to determine whether or not breathwork is right or you, and ensure you are not operating any heavy machinery or in/next to a body of water when performing breathing exercises or breathholds.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
The breathing drills are suitable for complete beginners and experienced athletes. Each exercise is split up into varying difficulty levels. Start with the level 1 drills and work your way up over time.
How do I know which exercise / level to choose?
Experiment to find the breathwork drills that feel best for you. For each drill there are various difficulty levels, so whether you’re looking for a short relaxing session or more of a challenge, there should be something there for you. Aim to work your way through the levels over time (beginning at level 1), but be patient, don’t rush or push yourself too hard.
What do all the numbers mean?
The levels refer to the exercise difficulty (higher number = higher difficulty). The four numbers with dashes refer to the lengths of the inhale, hold, exhale and hold. Eg. 4-2-4-2 refers to a 4 count inhale, 2 count hold, 4 count exhale and 4 count hold.
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Comments

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Mandy 5mo ago
Simple, super easy to follow & effective
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Gina 8mo ago
Good
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Dounia 10mo ago
Wonderfull
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Preet 10mo ago
Amazing!
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Dominick 1y ago
It was calming and refreshing
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Preet 1y ago
Wonderful!