For some runners, breathing during winter runs can vary from difficult to downright painful.
The reason for this is simple: breathing the cold and dry winter air can cause bronchial spasms in your lungs which is the same thing that happens to asthmatics when they have an asthma attack.
And these cold weather breathing difficulties can strike anyone, even if you’ve never had asthma symptoms before.
What’s the best way to prevent these “asthma attacks” that can flare up while breathing during winter runs?
That’s the subject of today’s video.