Posts Tagged with "diaphragmatic breathing"
Today’s guest post comes courtesy of Gavin McHale, a Certified Exercise Physiologist from Winnipeg, Canada (in his words, straight north of Fargo). Gavin attended a workshop I did with Dean Somerset in Minneapolis a few weeks ago and he wanted to write up some of the things he picked up from it. Read on to… Read more
I read a recent article by my good friend, Jordan Syatt, on the Personal Trainer Development Center’s website titled No One Ever Got Better Solely From Diaphragmatic Breathing Exercises and I liked it for two reasons: Photo Credit: Shawn Rossi 1. It’s a message that needed to be said. Breathing drills (and to be more… Read more
I’ve been up since 3:30 this morning, so I don’t really have much to say at this point. I’m thiiiis close to injecting some caffeine directly into my left ventricle. For those who celebrate it, I hope you have a great Easter weekend. Try not to overdo the peanut-butter eggs….;o) And for those who don’t,… Read more
Last week I wrote a quick synopsis of a staff in-service we participated in that consisted of Michael Mullin stopping by for a few hours and proceeding to melt our faces off with the number of knowledge bombs he dropped regarding some of the “inner workings” behind the PRI (Postural Restoration Institute) philosophy. For those… Read more