DSC09434Leif using his air.

We often talk about quality movement. The better the movement the better performance. When it come to our breathing the same theories apply. Our body needs the exchange of gases to continue to operate so the better we move our air the better we operate. There are varied strategies for varied efforts, we hold our breath during a max dead, or we time our breathing with the rythm of our kip. What ever temporary strategy we employ, the aim is move as much air as possible. Good air in. Bad air out.

95 pound Shoulder press, 21 reps
400 meter run
135 pound Push Press, 15 reps
400 meter run
185 pound Push Jerk, 9 Reps
400 meter run