What your Squat says about your Pain & Breathing
Why 🤷♂️ do we need to improve a poor squat pattern if someone is complaining of significant neck pain?
Why 🤷♂️ do some people who have ‘tight hips’ also have a tendency of having chronic neck pain?
The above ⬆️ has a lot to do with your breathing. 💨 SHOCKER! Inhalation & exhalation does not only occur in the chest & thorax. –
Your pelvic floor muscles expand & contract during breathing too. Some of those pelvic floor muscles also control your hip rotation and stability.
If your pelvic floor does not move appropriately during breathing, you will need to breathe more with your chest & shoulders to make up for the lack of movement down below. –
Enter neck pain stage left
Do you have neck pain❓Do you know someone who does & can’t shake it❓ #movehealchange