Part 4. Physical exercise for breath retraining: NormalBreathing vs Buteyko courses

· breathing, Health, medicine
Authors

Artour Rakhimov

Teaching sports and physical exercise for the NormalBreathing course is based on the Breathing-Exercise Charts that provide additional practical ideas related to the use of physical exercise for other CP zones, as well as new ideas related to timing and distribution of exercise with routines.

In the past, for the original Buteyko method, only CP20 was the threshold or border to differentiate students. With over 20 the current CP, students were suggested to have jogging or more intensive forms of exercise, but with 100% nose breathing (in and out). This criteria would not be applicable for people with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and emphysema.
The most important innovation and discovery relates to the Breathing-Exercise Chart that provides the link between amount of physical activity per day and the ideal expected CP for the next morning.

There are actually 3 different Charts that are for 3 different age groups. The Main Chart is for middle age people, while younger people need to have more exercise, and older people can maintain health with less exercise,

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Teaching physical exercise for the NormalBreathing course is based on the Breathing-Exercise Charts that provide additional practical ideas related to the use of physical exercise, new ideas related to timing and distribution of exercise, and how much exercise is required for different age groups in order to achieve certain morning CP results.

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The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website http://www.NormalBreathing.com.

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