Is buteyko a legit method for everyday breathing?It seems like it does wonders but i never seen it discussed.It would be great if some anon can take a few minutes of his time to read the info on this site.
>Ruining a fucking rare interesting fitness thread to tryhard meme, go back to reddit cucks
Reading it now OP
The logic seems sound, I'd trust him
Seems similar to what Wim Hof is doing now, except the opposite. Wim tries to stimulate controlled hyperventillation, whereas Buteyko seems to correct improper and involuntary hyperventillation.
I'd say do both for perfect breathing.
someone explored the site and gave you a non-troll response and you didnt even reply to them, you don't deserve any help from anyone you fucktard
Do your own research and come to your own conclusions, or forget about this thread and just shitpost like you really want to
Calm down buddy.You probably mean this one which i was just going to reply
I cant see how you will be able to do both of them since you will just ruin the point of buteyko also wim hof is more about surving in extreme situations rather than everyday breathing and i cant really see how hyperventillation will help even if its controlled one.
The issue is incorrect breathing in the first place. Both have similar means of dealing with it: the Wim Hof method is great for health, oxygenisation, de-acidifying the body, energy and respiratory function.
The Buteyko method seems to want to do the same with similar but different methods. Where Wim Hof advocates full hard breathes for a set period of time, Buteyko seems to want to control gently the breathing all day.
I'd say do both, they seem to work into each other.
I'll personally check out the Buteyko method more later on and if this thread exists still I'll post here.
Best places to check the Wim Hof method are his video podcast interviews with Joe Rogan or Tim Ferris.