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Discover neck pain relief from exercises. Do you have burning pain in your shoulders and neck? Are you tired of feeling like your energy is been sapped right out of you?

Too many people have NO clue that a lot of that pain can be diminished. Simply by learning to better flow your energy and breath out your fingertips helps a lot.

Shallow and irregular breathing patterns quite often are a main contributors to neck pain as well. Breathing like this for an entire day at work can give you a lot of  unnecessary tension over time.

Neck pain relief with finger exercisesMany actually hold their breath for astonishingly long periods of time concentrating during work and aren’t even aware of it.

By focusing on your breath and energy flowing out from your fingers and way past your fingertips is a great way to help you relieve neck pain. With your fingers extended outwards more, instead of clawed contraction position that’s commonplace for most people, you can quickly eliminate a lot of stress and will energize you more than you can imagine.

It doesn’t matter how strong you are with your hands and fingers.

If you’re continuously contracting your hands muscles over time, when they become fatigued from typing, holding a steering wheel and you are breathing shallow at the same time, the stress and pain in your shoulders begins almost immediately.

Here’s a sneak peek at finger exercises that help with neck pain relief >>> 

Taking a few moments break every 25 minutes or so to massage your hands with “energy snaps” and a few quick massages goes a long way in flowing more creative energy. By doing a few Dynamic Finger Gymnastics by Garin Bader “elongating the fingers stretching” helps to extend the energy outwards downwards away from your painful neck and shoulder out through your hands.

You can revitalize your energy quickly with these enliven your creativity almost instantaneously.

I put together 50+ detailed videos showing how to energize your hands and fingers and make them incredibly powerful and supple at the same time. I’d love for you to check it out.

If you want to know how to energize your hands and fingers and make them incredibly powerful and supple make sure you visit my new training course that covers all these aspects.

Here’s a sneak peek at finger exercises that help with neck pain relief >>> 

 

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Breathing exercises done on a daily basis can greatly help you get stronger and fluid faster. They will bring calm, clarity, and focus to your work and meditation.

Also in this blog post, you’ll also be hearing about breathing exercises that can help you trim your waistline quickly.

The benefits of breathing exercsises are tremendous and yet so few spend the time to encorporate them int their daily routines.

Daily breathing exercises are essential in my daily morning routine.

Here’s what I’m currently doing every morning:
1.) Wim Hof breathing method 3 sets of 30 breaths (read more details here )
2.) Breath Vacuums for 5 reps, doing different versions of The Rope with each (read more here)
These are what will also help reduce your waistline as well as many other benefits.
3.) CoreForce Energy “Breath Mapping & Trajectory Exercises” – 7 sets ( 4 mins )
4.) CoreForce Energy 3ft., 30ft, 300ft Breath with Isometrics ( on both inhale and exhale )

In addition to several popular breathing methods I’ve described on my previous blog post by the 26 world-record holder Wim Hof, you can see above that do specific CoreForce Energy “Breath Mapping Trajectory Exercises”.

These are done in between every set whether I’m doing bodyweight exercises or lifting weights.

Also, I have specifc CFE breathing exercises that I incorporate into my daily martial arts routines in between my 1-3 minute “blitz rounds”.

For instance, these will allow you to deliver 10-20 crushing and lightning fast punches on one exhale breath.

AND then imagine being able to deliver and additional 10-20 equally powerful punches on one inhale breath (yes, done with absolutely no loss of power).

This is pretty much unheard of in a world of martial arts/boxing where the norm is one breath per punch and almost never done on the exhale.

If you have any doubts about that, simply go to YouTube and watch as many fights as you dare and you’ll hear exactly – one punch per exhale. Not only will this kind of breathing gas you much quicker and reduce your power but it constipates and hinders optimal fluid movement. This greatly reduces your endurance.

Truth be known, it matter if you’re a martial artist or not, learning to breathe optimally for whatever you’re doing great affects everything you do.

There are so many fantastic breathing exercises. That’s why I’m constantly changing them up regularly.

breathing exercises

Start doing the same and you’ll instantly begin aligning your body with gaining greater strength and fluid movement. If you include them before daily visualization exercises and meditation, you’ll be amazed at the clarity and focus you’ll get.

There are many many different empowering breathing exercises you can do to greatly enhance whatever your focus is. Each one has a specific benefit and protocol.

A friend of mine, amazing strongman, writer, and incidentally CoreForce Energy client, Logan Christopher, has written what I consider now to be the best encyclopedia of breathing exercises you can get your hands on.

This is a MUST HAVE for your library if you’re serious about changing gaining all the strength benefits I’ve described here as well as many others.

Click Here if you’re serious about upgrading your breath for greater muscular strength, fluid movement, endurance, clarity, energy, and focus. I guarantee you’ll be Very happy you did.

To your Strength and Mastery,
Garin

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The Wim Hof breathing method has become very popular for good reason. Wim Hof walks the talk using his method to help him secure many world records including:

  • Holds 26 world records
  • staying submerged in ice for an hour and 58 minutes
  • climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in shorts
  • ran a full marathon in the Namib Desert without water 

…just to name a few of his impressive feats.

Here’s some benefits of the Wim Hof breathing method:

  • Boosted energy levels
  • Lowered stress level (instantly – after each session)
  • Your immune system becomes stronger. This will help you prevent illnesses
  • Better and quicker recovery after workouts/achievements
  • Improved focus and concentration
  • Improved sleep quality
  • You will get a natural mood booster – (because of the released endorphins aka “love hormones”)
  • Better circulation of the blood, preventing clogged arteries

 

 

Here’s a good video explaining what happens in your body by doing the Wim Hof breathing method.

In CoreForce Energy, I utilize many innovative breathing techniques that give you instant strength and focus. You can read more about it here.

Opening new avenues to achieve better performance in any area really excites me.

The Tiniest Distinctions Can Propel 
You To World-Class Status

In the search to achieve world-class mastery in whatever you do, the tiniest distinctions make all the difference. Thus, I’m constantly searching for better methods that improve my clients human performance in any slight degree.

So, I’ve personally incorporated several Wim Hof breathing methods into my own training. I’ve found them extremely valuable and hope you will take the time to really investigate them further for yourself.

Wim Hof breathing method

I like this video and posted it as it shows you what happens within the body when you do the Wim Hof breathing method.

I think it’s very useful because it explains what’s happening within the body more accurately than a lot of information that’s out there. Such as, the tingling sensation you feel within your body is due to a lack of oxygen availability, NOT because you have more oxygen within your system.

The Wim Hof breathing method is super effective. But sometimes with so much bro science out there, clarification is necessary to know exactly what is happening physiologically.

Note:

★3:20 – The author’s breathing is a bit too fast here. See Wim’s demonstration at 1:28 for the proper pace. Just to be clear: when the author of the video does the breathing at the proper pace the Pulse Oximeter shows the same results, the same tingling patterns arise and the same phenomenon he describes will occur (increased breathing volume leading to hypocapnia and decreased oxygen availability as per the Bohr Effect*.)

More Reading: Why Athletes Continually Get Stronger, Faster, And Better..

Source: Ice Man Breathing: What to Know when doing The Wim Hof Method – YouTube

*Definition: The Bohr effect is a physiological phenomenon first described in 1904 by the Danish physiologist Christian Bohr, stating that haemoglobin’s oxygen binding affinity (see Oxygen–haemoglobin dissociation curve) is inversely related both to acidity and to the concentration of carbon dioxide. The Bohr effect is the key physiological phenomenon behind what is explained here in this video. You can find more information on that by clicking here.