“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 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!
Fitness in the sense of the word can be many things i.e. fit to live life, fit to hold office, fit to go, fit to run! The one thing that ALL of these fitness possibilities/potentials rely upon, is your body’s ability to ABSORB and DISTRIBUTE oxygen.