Improve Breathing Before & During Training


A good way to clear your breathing before training…Peppermint Essential Oil

Menthol, which is a monoterpene alcohol, is one of the main constituents in Peppermint Essential Oil. It is primarily known for its skin-cooling and respiratory-supporting benefits. Clinical and experimental research suggests that aromatic use of menthol may yield a sensation of soothing and cooling to the respiratory tract, which promotes feelings of clear breathing.

Clearer breathing equates to the ability to consume more oxygen during training. More oxygen consumption equates to improved training efficiency, especially during cardiovascular training. The ability to train harder and longer equals faster results toward your fitness goals. That makes it a perfect addition to your pre-workout routine.

Putting a few drops in your palms, rubbing them together, and directly inhaling is one of the most popular ways to use Peppermint EO to support feelings of clear breathing.

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As always, thanks for stopping by.

Talk to you soon,

Coach

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Ryan P. Desmond | BS, ISSA-CPT

Strategic leader with a knack for building powerfully, productive teams. Former US Army Medic, Certified Personal Trainer, Doctor of Chiropractic Student, & Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Hopeful. En route to becoming a Musculoskeletal Radiologist, I am on a mission to learn everything there is to know about muscles, bones, joints, and the nervous system, living a fitness lifestyle, and applying that knowledge to maximizing human potential. I would also love to see health care organizations implement that knowledge to eliminate chronic pain and disease.

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