When it comes to aging and your breath, or more to the point “how well you can breathe” when you’re in your “matured” years, there’s more than a couple of reasons why focusing on “how” you breathe when you’re moving
“How do I get more oxygen in when I’m a shallow breather?” This is a very common question i am asked when doing talks, classes or presentations. To answer and provide “useful practices”, i always refer to the three TriBreath™ breathing rhythm’s,
The race against time and using step counters to purportedly measure the distance traveled appears to be further ingrained upon humanity but at what cost? Whether step counters and their use is the better path to walk by people who are endeavouring to improve their fitness and their relationship with their body is open to discussion.
The diaphragm is thin muscle that separates the chest region from the abdominal region. And contrary to popular belief, it is the diaphragm that is the main muscle your body uses for breathing, not your lungs!