Full, diaphragmatic breathing that encompasses the whole torso is not common for either men or women. Most people are breathing at 20% (or less) of their full breathing capacity. Men tend to be belly breathers; women tend to be chest breathers. Let’s meet in the middle! Here’s how.
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