Hi I'm Christine King. Let's talk about how to slow down breathing after running. This is an extremely important topic because you must bring your breath level down incrementally after you stop, as you are starting to slow down your run. If you don't, you could have a heart attack. If you step off a treadmill or basically stop running without slowing down incrementally and regulating your breathing, all of the blood can drop to your feet and you could drop down. So that we don't want to happen. So, you want to first begin by slowing your pace of your run to a slower pace and you want to breathe through your diaphragm and not through your chest. So you are going to begin by taking inhales through your nose and exhaling from your mouth. So you will breathe in through your nose as deeply as you can and when you exhale from your mouth you will exhale through pursed lip breathing. That's the way you get rid of the bad air, and it's the fastest way to regulate your breathing. So be safe, slow down, cool down after your run and take it easy.