Riktig pusteteknikk er viktig!


Nyheter / tirsdag, mai 21st, 2019

Et godt eksempel på hvorfor det er så viktig å puste godt og ikke minst RIKTIG.

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Why are breathing mechanics so important? Watch how Kelly gets set after walking out the tremendous weight, takes a few breaths before then taking one last large breath before starting his squat. Think about this …if you place a full unopened can of soda on the ground and attempt to stand on it, it remains strong and doesn’t crumble. This is because the pressure inside the can gives it strength and stability..

When you take a big breath, think “fill the tank” and push your breath into your gut. This increases intra abdominal cavity volume so when you hold your breath and brace your core, you create a crazy amount of stability, activating your body’s “natural weightlifting belt.’?.

If you let your air out before you pass the sticking point of the ascent (about half way up for most people), it’s like turning the nozzle of the tank and draining stability. Think about what happens if you open a can of soda, drain it, and then trying to stand on it again…obviously it’s instantly crushed as the pressure is taken away..If you don’t take a big enough breath OR you let it out too early, it can lead to energy leaks that drain power and increase forces on the spine (leading to potential injury).

Turn your sound on and listen to Kelly’s breathing mechanics on this 780 lb squat for 3 reps.??‍♀️.Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut for the collaboration in making today’s post, to @si_tatt7 for giving me the soda can analogy, and @3d4medical for the visual of the body from their app Complete Anatomy.?.

Et godt eksempel på hvorfor det er så viktig å puste godt og ikke minst RIKTIG._________________________________#Repost @squat_university• • • • •Why are breathing mechanics so important? Watch how Kelly gets set after walking out the tremendous weight, takes a few breaths before then taking one last large breath before starting his squat. Think about this …if you place a full unopened can of soda on the ground and attempt to stand on it, it remains strong and doesn’t crumble. This is because the pressure inside the can gives it strength and stability..When you take a big breath, think “fill the tank” and push your breath into your gut. This increases intra abdominal cavity volume so when you hold your breath and brace your core, you create a crazy amount of stability, activating your body’s “natural weightlifting belt.’?.If you let your air out before you pass the sticking point of the ascent (about half way up for most people), it’s like turning the nozzle of the tank and draining stability. Think about what happens if you open a can of soda, drain it, and then trying to stand on it again…obviously it’s instantly crushed as the pressure is taken away..If you don’t take a big enough breath OR you let it out too early, it can lead to energy leaks that drain power and increase forces on the spine (leading to potential injury). Turn your sound on and listen to Kelly’s breathing mechanics on this 780 lb squat for 3 reps.??‍♀️.Shout out to @great_white_north_juggernaut for the collaboration in making today’s post, to @si_tatt7 for giving me the soda can analogy, and @3d4medical for the visual of the body from their app Complete Anatomy.?.To read more on breathing mechanics, check out the blog article linked in my bio___________________________________________This is the 231st #SquatUclub eligible post!! Remember everyday - “like,” & comment using the hashtag #squatUclub ASAP and I’ll pick one person to start working with on whatever help you need (squat technique, an achy hip with deadlifts, etc). TURNING ON post notifications at the top of my profile (click the •••) will help you be first in line each day!