The Tube!!!

If there is one injury that will stop a walker walking or a runner running it is a damaged leg or legs for that matter. A damaged knee, tight thighs, stressed hammy’s, rigid or strained calf muscles, shin splints, achilles tendon issues to name a few ailments can be very easily relieved without the need of […]

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How Balance Works

Balance is our oldest sensory organ (0.6 billion years) and our most under appreciated. Our vestibular system is what is responsible for our sense of balance, and it works in conjunction with all of our other sensory organs, such as your audio, visual, skeletal and nervous systems. Hopefully this information will shed some light on […]

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Purse Your Lips to a Flatter Tummy

As most of us who search the web have found, there is a lot of information out there that really hasn’t been worth the time to find. Take for example breathing exercises. Do a search on this subject and you’ll find de-stressing techniques, deep breathing techniques, visual techniques and the list goes on. Finding simple […]

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What Are The Lungs?

Located within your chest cavity, the lungs are paired organs in the chest that perform a blood oxygenation process called respiration and produce components (platelets) crucial for blood health. All of us have two lungs and each adult lung is between 25cm/10 and 30cm/12 long.  The lungs are made of a spongy, elastic tissue that […]

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What Is The Diaphragm?

Over many decades of teaching TriBreath, one of the most common questions i get asked about the physical body is… “What is the diaphragm, and how by consciously using it, can it help me improve my aerobic fitness and ultimately give me greater results when i exercise?” It’s a good question and particularly relevant because […]

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How to Activate the Diaphragm

If you’re looking for the secret to respiratory strength, look no further than your connection and ability to utilise your diaphragm. Located at the base of your lungs, the diaphragm is the most efficient and powerful muscle for breathing.  It is a large, dome-shaped muscle that separates the abdomen from the thoracic cavity.  Your abdominal […]

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Wimbledon Champ Aces it with TriBreath

Monday, 12 February 2007 – Wimbledon Champion Pat Cash can breathe easier now that he’s taken part in Gold Coast City Council’s new Active and Healthy GC Regular Citywide Program. Chair of Council’s Health and Community Services Committee, Councillor Bob La Castra, said the Active and Healthy GC ‘Autumn Winter’ program boasted more than 100 […]

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Healthy Body – No Sweat

If you’re interested in getting fit and healthy your thoughts probably stray automatically towards a treadmill. You’ll ease into a jog; maybe even crack a sweat and the next morning your muscles will remind you that you’ve spent most of your life, not running on a treadmill.  Maybe you’ll even think twice before attempting it […]

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