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How to Get Rid of Bad Breath During Your Lifting Workout

12 Jul, 2017

How to Get Rid of Bad Breath During Your Lifting Workout

How to Get Rid of Bad Breath During Your Lifting Workout?

Many bodybuilders would get a bad breath during their lifting. So, how to hold breath longer and to do circular breathing? Here are 5 tips to solve this problem!

By reading this article, you can get information as follows:

1.Control your breathing pre-lift

2.Inhale before the eccentric, hold through the sticking point

3.Alter your breathing technique for deadlifts

4.Imagine you’re sipping air through a straw

5.If you feel like you need more air, breathe at the top of the lift

1. Control your breathing pre-lift

Control your breathing pre-lift

Regulate your breathing 30-45 seconds before a running. The main focus is relaxing your body.


2. Inhale before the eccentric, hold through the sticking point

 Inhale before the eccentric, hold through the sticking point

You have two phases of a lift: the eccentric (lowering motion where you lengthen a muscle) and concentric (lifting/contracting motion where you shorten a muscle).


3. Alter your breathing technique for deadlifts

Alter your breathing technique for deadlifts

Continue holding your breath as you hinge up and lock out. Exhale as you lower the bar.


4. Imagine you’re sipping air through a straw

 Imagine you’re sipping air through a straw

Focus on having shorter, crisper breaths—almost like you’re breathing or sipping air through a straw


5. If you feel like you need more air, breathe at the top of the lift

If you feel like you need more air, breathe at the top of the lift

Take those breaths at the top of the movement—don’t do it during the concentric phase of an overhead squat or bench press.


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