Breathing exercises that will improve your performance physically and cognitively so you have more capacity when your crew needs it.
Clearer Thinking • Longer Endurance • Improved Performance
Have you missed important details because of tunnel vision?
Have you witnessed close calls because someone was too out of breath?
Have you drained your oxygen tank too quickly?
Improving how your body uses oxygen will support your crew far more than 6-pack abs.
Blood circulation - proper breathing dilates blood vessels for better circulation
Oxygen delivery - more oxygen will make it from your lungs to your tissues where it’s needed
Lower respiratory rate - fewer breathes and lower volume of air meaning you won’t drain your oxygen tank
- Deeper sleep - losing sleep is part of the job, but you can improve what you get
- Better at handling stress - improving how you use oxygen is like a massage for your body even if your circumstances don’t change
- Improved recovery - improved breathing helps you spend more of your day in the rest and digest mode necessary for your body to repair and favorably adapt
- Improved focus - it’s hard to think straight when you’re out of breath
Breathing happens 24/7 so a 1% improvement is massive for your well-being and performance
Mike Salemi specializes in human performance and is a sought-after international presenter in the field of health and fitness. Mike has a diverse background in strength and conditioning and has competed over the course of 15+ years at an elite level in Powerlifting and Kettlebell Sport. Through his own path of resolving sport-related injuries, Mike understands the importance of integrating the body, mind, and spirit to foster high performance for the long term. His motivation is to help athletes, fitness professionals, coaches, and first responders discover their own potential from the inside-out. Professionally, Mike has served as a Division 1 strength and conditioning coach for Santa Clara University, as well as been the trainer to elite athletes across a wide range of sports. Mike specializes in breathwork and has trained under Patrick McKeown.
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
at 12:00 pm PST / 3:00 pm EST
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