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Take A Diaphragmatic Breath
3 steps
Hello!
It’s common to “chest breathe”, but you use your shoulder and neck muscles more than your diaphragm
1. It’s common to “chest breathe”, but you use your shoulder and neck muscles more than your diaphragm
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Place your hands over your ribs, breathe laterally into them. Your belly will expand a little too
2. Place your hands over your ribs, breathe laterally into them. Your belly will expand a little too
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Core= diaphragm, abs, back, & pelvic floor. Diaphragmatic breathing creates a connection to the core
3. Core= diaphragm, abs, back, & pelvic floor. Diaphragmatic breathing creates a connection to the core
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