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Ever heard the term (acronym, really) WOOP?  Neither had I.  It’s a goal setting/ habit changing tool supported by 20-years of scientific research.  I learned about the technique from the free happiness class Yale offers online. What is WOOP? Gabrielle Oettingen, an NYC psychology professor, has written the book and done the research on WOOPing.  WOOP stands for Wish, [...]

Neutral Pelvis (and other joints)

When we hear the word neutral we typically think of a neutral pelvis.  We don’t always consider that every one of our joints has a neutral position.  That includes every vertebra in the spine through the neck, the shoulders, the knees, the elbows, the wrists, and the ankles.  All joints have a neutral. Spending time neutral reduces wear and tear [...]

By |August 17th, 2020|joints, neutral, The Body & Movement|1 Comment

Should i exhale on exertion?

You hear so often that you should exhale on exertion when lifting or exercising, but is it true?  Ultimately, the answer is yes, but it may depend on what your goal is in a particular movement.  And other breath patterns can be helpful, too. Holding your Breath is the Worst When exercising you definitely don’t want to hold your breath.  [...]

By |August 4th, 2020|breath, breath patterns, breathe, breathing, exhale|0 Comments

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