When you think about “core”, you might immediately think about sit ups, crunches, planks and other abdominal type exercises.
So when I teach about the deep core system through breathing into particular points and “support zones” in infant development positions, I get a lot of questions about it.
Today on Core Wellness TV, I answer a couple of questions from Laurie inside the Core Wellness Institute that I hope to shed some light on how to use your breath and support to help you enjoy a regenerative posture and avoid the degenerative posture!
I am just getting started with module one. I generally get the concept of breathing into the front and back support zones. However I feel I am missing something as I find that continually thinking of getting pressure on the in breath is actually causing muscle tension in my ribs and low back and abs.
and also… What should you feel on the out breath?
The breathing stuff seems to trip people up at first because it’s the movement pattern that gets screwed up the most when we get further and further away from natural ways and allow the stress of this crazy world we live in builds up in our lives, and in our bodies.
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Have an awesome day!
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