Assessing and Fixing Asymmetries: Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I looked at the two components needed to maintain a neutral alignment/braced athletic position. While it may seem a little ass-backwards to look at that area prior to addressing the restrictions I will in this blog, it will come into play today as we look at the proper functioning of the motor pathway. Today’s blog will dive deeper into the soft tissue … Continue reading Assessing and Fixing Asymmetries: Part 2

Positioning for Breathing; Breathing for Positioning

Positioning for Breathing Breathing. One of the most mindless, effortless things we do throughout the day. Babies breathe anywhere between 20-30 times per minute, while adults breathe anywhere from 12-20 breaths per minute. At rest. That number jumps exponentially with exercise. The importance of properly breathing with exercise cannot be understated. A proper breath can contribute to a new PR, to lifting heavy things without risking injury, to eliminating … Continue reading Positioning for Breathing; Breathing for Positioning