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#33 The Power of Nasal Breathing with Michael Mullin Movement Made Better Podcast

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Join us in this week's podcast episode with Michael Mullin! Michael is a clinically-based athletic trainer with over 25 years of experience in training and rehabilitation. He is the Owner/Clinician of Integrative Rehab Training LLC and sees clients out of Back Cove Personal Fitness in Portland and individually at their homes. He is a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer and a registered Physical Therapy Assistant in California. He is on the adjunct faculty at the University of New England and is a Certified Clinician through the Postural Restoration Institute.Michael specializes in the treatment, rehabilitation, and training of individuals and has worked with all levels of athletes. He has provided consultation, treatment, and/or presentations to NFL teams, the US Ski Team, Stars on Ice national tour, Perform Better seminars, and Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning to name a few.  In this podcast we discuss:00:00 - Intro01:10 - Respiration and the internal mechanisms04:18 - When should we focus on nasal breathing05:19 - What happens when we breathe through our nose12:17 - The role of Nitrous Oxide on the breath and immune system15:23 - Where to begin with nasal breathing training20:30 - How the modality of breath can alter physiology22:27 -  Cultural applications of nasal breathing26:47 - Rate of recovery when nasal breathing29:33 - Proper tongue posture35:14 - Breathing modalities and quality of sleep37:34 - Mouth taping and nasal strips41:03 - Nasal breathings effect on taste, memory, and cardiovascular health45:15 - Right vs left nostril influence on the autonomic nervous system47:05 - Deviated septa and restricted nasal passages49:30 - Mouth vs nasal breathing and their effects on movement51:16 -  How top athletes breathe for peak performance53:05 - Nasal breathing: spreading awareness within the wellness industry55:31 -  Breathing in masks57:21 - Nasal breathing: key takeaways More from Michael:Integrative Rehab Training (Website)Integrative Rehab Training (Facebook)@mjmatc (Instagram)

Join us in this week's podcast episode with Michael Mullin! Michael is a clinically-based athletic trainer with over 25 years of experience in training and rehabilitation. He is the Owner/Clinician of Integrative Rehab Training LLC and sees clients out of Back Cove Personal Fitness in Portland and individually at their homes. He is a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer and a registered Physical Therapy Assistant in California. He is on the adjunct faculty at the University of New England and is a Certified Clinician through the Postural Restoration Institute.Michael specializes in the treatment, rehabilitation, and training of individuals and has worked with all levels of athletes. He has provided consultation, treatment, and/or presentations to NFL teams, the US Ski Team, Stars on Ice national tour, Perform Better seminars, and Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning to name a few.  In this podcast we discuss:00:00 - Intro01:10 - Respiration and the internal mechanisms04:18 - When should we focus on nasal breathing05:19 - What happens when we breathe through our nose12:17 - The role of Nitrous Oxide on the breath and immune system15:23 - Where to begin with nasal breathing training20:30 - How the modality of breath can alter physiology22:27 -  Cultural applications of nasal breathing26:47 - Rate of recovery when nasal breathing29:33 - Proper tongue posture35:14 - Breathing modalities and quality of sleep37:34 - Mouth taping and nasal strips41:03 - Nasal breathings effect on taste, memory, and cardiovascular health45:15 - Right vs left nostril influence on the autonomic nervous system47:05 - Deviated septa and restricted nasal passages49:30 - Mouth vs nasal breathing and their effects on movement51:16 -  How top athletes breathe for peak performance53:05 - Nasal breathing: spreading awareness within the wellness industry55:31 -  Breathing in masks57:21 - Nasal breathing: key takeaways More from Michael:Integrative Rehab Training (Website)Integrative Rehab Training (Facebook)@mjmatc (Instagram)

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