Performance Breathwork is a powerful tool to reset the body and mind, especially when needed most. It is used to improve respiratory muscle function, increase oxygen efficiency, increase focus, and control emotions.

As athletes, practicing Breathwork can take your game to the next level!

Free Breathwork Guide!

This 4 week plan is the perfect way to get athletes familiar with common, beginner-friendly Breathwork practices. You’ll be given a link to 1 on-demand practice per day, and each practice only takes about 5 minutes, so it’s very easy to incorporate into your current training!

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Practice to perform.

Just like you practice your sport each week to perform during a game, you should also practice Breathwork.

A Breathwork practice will teach you to warm up your respiratory muscles, control your breath, increase your tolerance to CO2, respond better to stress, and increase mental clarity.

Check out all the on-demand Breathwork practices we have available for you!

Here are some examples of what you will find on YAX Online:

  • Mental Control
  • Practice Readiness
  • Down Regulation
  • Pre-Workout
  • Post-Workout

Breathwork Practices

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