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Summary of the EATS Breathing Program (EBP)

Rob Svarich
July 18, 2022

Habitual over breathing involves breathing more air than your body requires during rest and exercise. Over breathing leads to:

  • A reduction in the gas carbon dioxide in the blood
  • Mouth breathing leading to underutilization of the gas nitric oxide
  • Impaired release of oxygen from red blood cells (the Bohr Effect)
  • Constriction of the smooth muscles in the blood vessels and airways
  • Adverse effects on blood pH
  • Reduced oxygenation of working muscles and organs, including the heart and brain
  • Limited sports performance
  • Negative effects to overall health

Benefits of the EATS Breathing Program (EBP)

  • Improved sleep and energy
  • Easier breathing with reduced breathlessness during exercise
  • Naturally increasing the production of EPO (Erythropoietin) and red blood cells
  • Improving oxygenation of working muscles and organs
  • Reduction of lactic acid buildup and fatigue
  • Improved running economy and VO2 max
  • Improved aerobic performance
  • Improved anaerobic performance
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