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How breathing techniques helped Mick Fanning succeed

Three time world champion surfer, Mick Fanning learnt about breathing techniques from his scoliosis. He claims they have helped him to improve his anxiety, pain, stress, and his physical performance in training, saying these different breathing techniques have been key to his success.

Tony Balzevich, a Professor of Biomechanics and director of the Centre for Exercise and Sports Science Research at Edith Cowan University, speaks with John Stanley. He spoke about the truth and science behind these breathing techniques and how it is not just “weird hippy stuff”. Balzevich talks about how we can all use these breathing approaches and how they are not just for elite athletes. He describes the benefits and some easy breathing exercises that we can incorporate into our daily lives to help us destress.

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