Bob Prichard

Bob Prichard
Are You Robbing Your Brain of Oxygen?
Many people are robbing their brain of oxygen simply because they lack sufficient expansion of their stomach, diaphragm and chest when they breathe. This reduces the amount of oxygen going to their brain, while increasing the amount of CO2. Common activities that can permanently reduce brain oxygen are school backpacks, sit-ups, bench presses, texting, sports impacts, surgery,slouching, yogic breathing,age and family and work stress. The book shows the reader how to measure and improve their breathing ranges for optimum brain oxygen.
The Efficient Golfer
Tiburon, CA, USA
Bob Prichard’s athletes have won 44 Gold Medals and set 11 World Records. Since 1970 he has been helping athletes improve their performance by improving their efficiency and flexibility. While increasing their chest expansion to improve their sports performance, they reported improvements in mental performance, such as double promotions and tripe pay raises, improving grade point average from C+ to straight A’s, and improved self-confidence, self-esteem, perseverance and autonomy. His athlete analysis videos on YouTube have over 6 million views and 9,000 subscribers. He has written for the New York Times, Golf, Swim, Swimming Technique, The Runner and many other periodicals. He has presented his research at coaching and scientific conferences across the US, Australia and Sweden.
Robbing the Brain of Oxygen, The Role of Microfibers in Sports and Mental Performance, Reversing Age-related Stiffness,

Feel is not real. If you want to gauge improvement, you need to measure.