The average person takes about 960 breaths per hour. Make each one count with these breathing techniques for strength training, high-intensity exercise and everyday life!
Jeremey is a writer and personal trainer based out of Boulder, Colorado. He joins the DailyBurn team as a contributing writer. Jeremey received a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology and a Master’s degree in Human Performance, both from the University of Florida, where he also managed the personal training staff at the Department of Recreational Sports. His writing is focused on simplifying health and fitness information in a way that makes it easily digestible and entertaining to read. Jeremey’s work has been featured in Men’s Fitness, Muscle and Fitness, Greatist, Competitor, Runner’s World, The Huffington Post, among others.
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