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Breathing – a totally under-appreciated exercise. I, who value the glutes more than almost any other muscle group in the body, value the respiratory muscles even more. It may be why I say “BREATHE” more often than any other word in almost every training session I conduct and is often right before I say “activate your glutes.” I will bet that most of you do not even think about breathing as an exercise for your muscles. Maybe you do not think about breathing at all. Good thing it is an involuntary exercise for most of you.
Depression is much more common than we think. It is a mood disorder that is debilitating and that affects millions around the world. Statistics show that 13% of US citizens now take antidepressants. This is something that should not be neglected because depression can easily lead to suicide. You want to be able to identify the signs of depression at all times. If you do not do this, you or someone that you love may be faced with serious problems.
Last week, I had the great please to attend a lecture by Gil Hedley, PhD, on the role of fascia. I had known of him for years. His research forms one of the foundations which Sue Hitzmann has adapted for the MELT Method. Gil Hedley has studied fascia in dissections of thousands of human forms and has thus furthered an understanding of fascia.