Tag: Diaphragmatic Breathing

Diaphragmatic Breathing

Through years of poor posture habits, myofacial restrictions, stress, trying to suck in the abdomen and a host of other factors, we’ve steadily removed our diaphragms from the breathing equation and begun to rely on the upper-chest accessory muscles to accomplish this all-important task. Shallow and/or quick breathing ( extreme cases are referred to as […]

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