Breathing: More Connected to Movement Than We Think

Written by Gray Cook Thursday, December 11, 2014 FMS Pod Casts

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Highlights

  • Breathing is more connected to movement than we think.
  • Better movements create better breathing rhythms and breathing rhythms free up movmement. 
  • We must be aware of how athletes breathe during exercise and what they do to recover. 
  • We find that people who use correct posture and breathing can manage the stress of activity and competition better than those who do not. 
  • "Behind the Shield" breathing creates intra-abdominal pressure that gives three dimensional support to the spine.

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