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Breath Training as a way to reverse years of chronic stress


This is my reality right now. 

In this video, I am performing recovery drills to reverse the damage of many years of chronic stress. 

Exercises from the video:

  • Bag breathing
  • Convergence + right side trigeminal nerve (bite) + right side olfaction (smell) for  cranial nerve...
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If you are chronically tight you might have a breathing problem

Sitting here working on our next big project - A beginners guide to improving your breathing! Coming in Jan 2018

Do you feel tight all of the time? Regardless of how active you are? Here’s the thing... Exercise and training should never result in more tightness. If it does, it’s...

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Is yoga helping or hurting you? How do you know? PART 2!


We’ve been talking about Interoception and how yoga is generally an interoceptive activity.

Quick refresher!

What is Interoception?

Our awareness of our internal homeostatic processes. (See part 1)

Guess what body parts are associated with Interoception?

  • Vagus nerve
  • Diaphragm
  • Pelvic...
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Is yoga helping or hurting you? How do you know?

I have a lot of respect for the Yoga community. They have contributed an enormous amount of education to the fitness industry. Especially in regards to the importance of breathing and self awareness.

Is yoga good for you? The answer is-it depends! The same answer I give when I’m asked about...

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Vision and breath training post-double lung transplant

Using applied neurology to retrain breathing and vision from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Some people are clients.

Some people are students.

I jokingly say to my students, "I'm trying to entertain you long enough so that I can really help you!"

Because, real changes in health don't come from a...

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1 very simple breathing exercise that can transform your training



The number one requirement for survival and the most overlooked quality of health.

Lousy breathing is often the mechanism for many mobility issues, chronic pain and sickness.

For athletes, it separates the good from the great. The idea of practicing breathing has been around...

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Are your mobility tools helping or hurting your performance?

This is a FREE VIDEO SERIES designed to help you make smarter and faster decisions about the mobility tools you are using!