7 min

Wim Hof Retention Breathing For Energy

7 Min
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NOA|AON aka Pavel Stuchlik
Wim Hof Certified Breathwork Expert
The exercises are focused on deep and rhythmic inhalations and exhalations, described by Wim as 'controlled hyperventilation or power breathing' and are followed by a retention time, where you hold your breath for x amount of time. While sitting in a comfortable place, take 30 quick, deep breaths, inhaling through your nose and exhaling through your mouth. Then, take a deep breath and exhale; hold until you need to breathe in. Inhale again, as deep as you can, and hold it for 10 seconds. Repeat as many times as you like. Benefits: - Stress reduction - Faster recovery from physical exertion - Better sleep - Improved sports performance - Enhanced creativity - More focus
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Wim Hof Retention breathing for energy
This short practice really wakes my mind and body up. Even if I am sleepy or groggy in the morning or effected by medications I take, it helps me a lot.