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FMTV - Decompression Breathing

Decompression Breathing

Series: Foundation Training | Episode: 3 | Runtime: 1m 30s | Release date: 2011

Whether you are in chronic back pain, seeking to prevent injuries, fix old ones once and for all, elevate your athletic performance, or simply trying to live a healthy and happy life, then Foundation Training is definitely for you.

Often referred to as the "missing link", this powerful philosophy of movement will enhance every move you make. These exercises are designed to correct the muscular imbalances and the postural weaknesses that cause chronic pain and hinder our ability to feel our best.

This series contains loads of action packed instruction including fundamental Foundation Training exercises that will teach you the basics of proper movement and help you move towards a structurally integrated body. From here you will advance to more intense workouts and a variety of routines to match your specific daily needs.

These simple yet transformative Foundation Training workouts (5 - 30 minutes) are a perfect compliment to any form of exercise or training schedule you may already be participating in. From weekend warriors, professional athletes and Olympic champions to lifelong yoga students, doctors and personal trainers, all types of active people have found benefit from incorporating Foundation Training into their lives. It is, without a doubt a universal accessory to health.

  • Do you suffer from chronic or occasional back pain?
  • Do you sit too much?
  • Do you have a herniated disc or back spasms?
  • Aching knees, sciatica, or hip pain?
  • Are you looking to improve your quality of movement?
  • Want to feel stronger and healthier?
  • Not ready to think about surgery?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above then Foundation Training is absolutely for you!

Featuring:
Dr. Eric Goodman

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clevisson carvalho | 3 years, 8 months ago
I would like to know about the breathing, when we raise our shoulder or extend our ribs to decompress your spine in the first movement while we do that we must inhale while raising our shoulder or ribs and hold your breath for a few seconds and then as we exhale put in the stomach in and we breathe out. is it the base for all exercise?
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 3 years, 8 months ago | Edited 3 years, 8 months ago
Hi Clevisson, you may want to check this article with some additional breathing tips: http://www.foodmatters.tv/content/can-breathing-exercises-really-change-your-health :)
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Terrie | 4 years, 2 months ago
I'm glad Tracey is getting it because I'm not. It doesn't really tell you how to do these different breaths. Not user friendly :-(
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Karelle | FMTV | 4 years, 2 months ago
Hello Terrie, I'm so sorry you felt that way about the film. We greatly value your feedback and will surely pass this on to our Team.
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Tracey Lewis | 5 years, 3 months ago
Third time watching. Starting to get it. Works great with the other exercises.
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Team member | FMTV | 5 years, 3 months ago
That's great to hear, Tracey! Enjoy! :-) ~ Iris
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Donatella Fumagalli | 5 years, 4 months ago
I don't see the difference between vertical and decompression breathing. (the first and the third). Also I would I know that I am doing them correctly?
Thank you.
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Angela Sweeney | 5 years, 4 months ago
HI is decompression breathing advised when performing certain exercises or is it a way of breathing to strengthen the lungs? The reason i ask is because i have recently finished my studies in teaching proper breathing (using the full length and dimensions of the lungs) and i am confused as to why you would want to hold the belly button in rather than expanding from the lowest part of the lungs. I can understand if this is only to perform certain moves as i also teach pilates which uses alot of core connection when breathing. Many thanks
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