When talking about how to breathe when running we need to look at how to match the breath to our cadence. When we achieve that breathing is not a problem anymore.
So many people who take up running say they have to stop because they can’t breath anymore, although their legs are ok. The problem is not fitness, not always at least, but their breathing rhythm.
They might go really fast at the beginning, breathing being chaotic, and they burn out faster. Then they have to stop to catch their breath.
The idea is that, no matter the cadence you’re at, it’s slower if you are a beginner for example, match your breathing to your cadence. Then you can go as far as your legs will take you, and as fast as well.
On the same topic I talked about in the previous video: Breathing Struggles When Running