Posts from tag Breathing

  • The Wisdom of Exercise Consistency

    Should you push yourself to do your exercise program if you really don’t feel like it? How important is it to be consistent with your exercise? When do you “give yourself a day off” when it is supposed to be […]

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  • Variable Depth, Variable Speed Training

    When I became the trainer of the U.S. Army Boxing team back in the 80s, I implemented weightlifting as part of their conditioning, yet many boxers and coaches expressed a lot of fears about it. In their experience, almost every […]

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  • Boobs, Bras and Breathing

    I hope you’ve been enjoying my Tips On Breathing series. I decided to add a sixth installment, as today’s topic is so important and, all too often, completely overlooked! Today in my vlog, I share some important concerns for women […]

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  • Breathing Part 5 & Ben Greenfield’s Podcast with Me

    Happy Wednesday! Today, I’ve got some great information to share with you: In part 5 of my Tips on Breathing series, I’ll show you the 4-Point Tummy Vacuum exercise. Ben Greenfield’s podcast episode with me. So let’s get started! Tips […]

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  • Piston Breathing

    Happy Tuesday! My vlog this week is a day later than usual, as I have been on a plane traveling to Toronto for the canfitpro world fitness expo happening this weekend. This is part 4 of my Tips on Breathing […]

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  • How to Correct an Inverted Breathing Pattern 

    An inverted breathing pattern is a term I created long ago as a young therapist when I had a large patient load, including athletes and people of all types, who came to me for a variety of injuries and health […]

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