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Published on Oct 16, 2008
Breathing correctly while running depends on the type of running course, as sprinters have a faster breathing pattern, long-distance runners have a steadier breathing pattern and up-hill runners have a deeper breathing pattern. Breathe according to the type of running course with tips from a running coach and certified sports trainer in this free video on running.
Expert: Samuel Harvell Bio: Samuel Harvell is certified through the National Endurance Sports Trainers Association (NESTA) and is an experienced running coach. Filmmaker: Bing Hu