If you knew the way you were using something was negatively impacting you, and there was a way you could turn-the-tables on these negative effects, would you invest in the solution?
In the video below, i further explore how the way you breathe when you’re walking/running can have a negative impact on the structural integrity of your body.
What i hope to clearly illustrate to you is why what is considered a balanced breathing rhythm actually creates IMBALANCED MOVEMENT & UNNECESSARY IMPACT upon your body.
Also, what is considered an unbalanced breathing rhythm can actually create BALANCED MOVEMENT & MINIMISE THE IMPACT experienced by your body (in particular your hips, knees and ankles) when you walk or run.
The common thread with what is considered a balanced breathing rhythm when you’re walking or running is…
When you walk or run, most of the power to create momentum (implosive & explosive forces) is generated on the 1st IN breath (inhalation) and the 1st OUT breath (exhalation).
If these implosive and explosive forces are disproportionately directed upon the same leg… be it the right or left leg (generally the leg you lead with), then it’s obvious why pain in the lower limbs is so common particularly in people as they age.
And taking it even further still, why hip replacements, knee replacements and lower limb injuries are so common when we walk and in particular, run.
As it is with all foundations of any structure, what happens below affects what is above.
To find out more about what you can do to stay mobile and active as you age, watch the video below.
MOVE EASIER, BREATHE DEEPER, WALK TALLER, RUN FASTER
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