diaphragmatic breathing

Comfort and convenience has made it more difficult than ever to be mentally and physically healthy.
Instead of using arbitrary textbook standards or spending money on gadgets to gauge rest times, just breathe.
Inspired by conversation with John Du Cane of Dragon Door and Qigong, kettlebells, and fitness.
Going back to basics and addressing static posture is the best way to overcome an injury or even a strength plateau.
Having more movement in your posture makes endeavors in athletics and life a little bit easier.
Just as the skill of locomotion doesn’t end with a baby’s first step, breathing is not simply a matter of inhalation and exhalation.
Breathing can brace us for extremes of pressure and it can release us to explode out of the starting gate. Develop good habits to unleash the power of your breath.
Just because it's automatic, doesn't mean you're doing it well.
Tim Anderson uses simple, approachable movements based on the fundamentals of childhood development to restore the body to its original, strong state.
Many people could benefit from some simple exercises that would improve breathing, and therefore also performance.
Learn how to breath deeply for health, meditation, and exercise.
The root cause of your back pain may be the way you breathe.
The path to good health can be paved by following these five pieces of advice on a daily basis.
Twelve reader favorites from the past week and from the archives, curated to save you time and bring you happiness.
Here are three corrections all lifters can make to see immediate improvements.
In a recent study, investigators wondered if warming the diaphragm up just like your other muscles would be of any benefit.
When you “tighten your core,” what muscles are you using? Does your posture change? Does your pelvis tilt? Let’s take a look at what’s going on in your core, and how it should be working.