Breathe New Life into Your Box: A Breath Education Program for CrossFit Gym Owners and Coaches
As you wind down the 2020 CrossFit Games we want to help you create an unprecedented opportunity for yourself and your athletes.
From injury prevention to member retention to athletic performance our Breathe to Perform program will help you leverage the skill of optimal breathing to create an athlete experience like no other.
The 4 Week Program begins on November 1st!
Connect with David and Lex on a series lo live webinars to learn how to bring the Breathe to Perform program to your box this Fall.
Breathe to Perform is not a replacement to your programming. It is a compliment that athletes will enjoy, have fun with, and learn from. By adding elements of the Breathe to Perform program to your warm-ups. met-cons, and cool-downs athletes will experience the power of performance breathing while learning more about their bodies through the process.
MODULE TWO: NASAL BREATHING AND REDUCING THE SPREAD OF AIRBORNE PATHOGENS.
Nasal breathing produces nitric oxide-a potent antiviral agent.
Nitric oxide is produced in the paranasal sinuses and serves as a potent antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agent. This helps to prevent viruses from entering the lungs. Nasal breathing is our body's way of filtering air and preventing the transmission of airborne pathogens.
MODULE THREE: STRENGTHENING THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.
Learn the 3 Keys to a Robust Respiratory System
A strong and healthy respiratory system is our best defense again respiratory illness. Learn how strengthening the diaphragm, improving carbon dioxide tolerance, and increasing mobility in the ribcage can better equip our bodies to use oxygen.
MODULE FOUR: PROPER USE OF MASKS AND ADDRESSING COMMON PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED
Spending a few minutes in masks when going to the grocery store is not the same as teaching or learning in a mask for an entire school day.
Learn how to train-up your carbon dioxide tolerance to make mask wearing more comfortable!
MODULE FIVE: STRESS MANAGEMENT AND THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Stress suppresses immune function. Learn how to better manage stress through simple breathing exercises.
Stress is an inevitable part of experiencing a pandemic. The bodies response to stress can be greatly impacted through breathing exercises that lower the heart rate, calm the nervous system, and prepare the body for rest.
MODULE SIX: IMPROVING MENTAL AND PHYSICAL WELLBEING THROUGH BETTER BREATHING
Looking beyond COVID-19 and into the future of our health and longevity.
Breathing has come into the spotlight of the health, wellness, and medical community over the past decade. New research into the respiratory system highlights the brain and body benefits of better breathing. In this module we will show you how to improve your mental and physical preparedness through a simple 4 step program.
WHAT YOUR TEAM WILL RECEIVE UPON COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM
We are committed to recognizing the leadership role that our affiliates play in setting the standard for health and wellness in the modern workplace. We are equally committed to meeting the ongoing needs of our affiliates through comprehensive follow-up services.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR YOUR WORKPLACE
Show that your team stands on the front lines of a safe and comprehensive reintegration process.
FOLLOW-UP CONSULTING FROM OUR TEAM
We are committed to comprehensive follow-up with team leaders to ensure that all material can be fully implemented with ease.
AFFILIATE RATES ON ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Breathe to Perform offers leading-edge professional development services to workplace leaders and their teams. Partners receive a special rate on workplace wellness programs, consulting services, and on-site seminars.
What educators and coaches are saying about the Breathe to Perform program
The Breathe to Perform professional development was incredible! A must for anyone in education interested in improving student performance, athleticism and social emotional wellness. The BTP Team delivered a breath work program that was hands on, interactive and easy to implement. This innovative and scientifically supported approach to brain based learning supports our District's larger mission of supporting both the educational and social emotional needs of all students. David and Lex were professional, personable, and accommodating to all our staff and student needs. The Breathe to Perform protocol was implemented in our high school athletics as well as our middle and high school special education departments. If you’re interested in helping students reclaim their mental wellness and physical health the Breathe to Perform team has the know how and tools to support you. Truly a knowledgeable, timely, and necessary experience.
Christopher Della Fave, Director of Innovative Programming, Hoboken Public Schools, NJ
"We've had David and his team to our campus twice. He's done a seminar with one of our teams and has also spoken to several members of our staff and faculty. His knowledge on breathing patterns and their relationship to stress and energy levels as well as athletic performance was amazing. Everything David spoke about could then be translated into practical applications, i.e. breathing drills for our athletes to improve their respiratory rate during competition or drills to help our students, staff, and faculty calm down and relieve stress symptoms. My goal as I continue to speak with David is to have him to our campus several more times to spread his word to as many members of our campus community as possible. We feel very fortunate to have Breathe to Perform so close to us and are extremely thankful for the knowledge and insight David has provided us."
Mike Seltzer, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Bates College
“David and Lex were dynamic. Our group of top athletes and coaches were not just informed but also guided into the experience of performance readiness. The techniques and conversation on nasal breathing have continued on our campus months later, resulting in more athletes, coaches, and teams finding this impactful performance edge”
Neal Anderson, Assistant Athletic Director, Norwich University
"This is definitely something that our schools need. I believe the work that Breathe to Perform is doing can help students to understand their bodies and and learn to control them in order to perform in any given situation that comes their way. This is definitely one part of the whole child that all of our kids need to know.
Anthony Carrano, NYC Zone President, NYS Association for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance
THE BREATHE TO PERFORM BOOK WILL BE AVAILABLE THIS MAY!
Breathe to Perform shares simple exercises to reduce stress, improve energy, and peak athletic performance. Stay posted for the release date!
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