Safer and More Effective Movement and Breathing
We’ve all seen those gym fail videos, like the one with the guy facing the wrong way on the elliptical. While none of us may have starred in one of those videos, there’s a good chance we have room to improve our movements and breathing to get more benefit from exercise.
As a Master Motion Mechanic at Human Garage, Brian Donahoe specializes in helping people safely get the most out of their time and energy spent exercising. In this video, Brian explains these beneficial techniques:
- Diaphragmatic Breathing
- Pelvic Floor Control
- Brettzel into Jade
- Tall Kneeling
- Proper Plank
- Hollow Hold
- Push Up
Common Movement Mistakes and Corrections Explained
As humans, we were made to move. But our built environment and stressful schedules don’t promote mobility and serenity. We can change that. By linking the breath to movement and performing movements precisely, we can increase our mobility and strength while reducing our stress level.
If you would like to enjoy and benefit more from your time in the gym or on the mat, click “play” to see what tips Brian Donahoe has to offer.