Breathing Techniques

    Explore "Breathing Techniques" with insightful episodes like "World's No. 1 Exercise Professor: "Our Comfortable Lives Are Causing Cancer", "The Truth About Running", "Hand Sanitiser Is Making You Sick!", "#176: Dr. Leah Lagos and Joe Mazzulla: Control Your Heart, Conquer Your Stress", "Thai Transformation: Anwar's Unbelievable Path from Dropout to Mobility King || ANWAR GILBERT (E108)", "5 Ways to Improve Your Breathing for Better Health With the #1 Breath Expert in the World" and "7 Steps To Transform An Anxious Mindset & How To Overcome Worry Filled Thoughts" from podcasts like ""The Diary Of A CEO with Steven Bartlett", "The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish", "Fruiting Body Podcast (Phuket, Thailand)", "The Mel Robbins Podcast" and "On Purpose with Jay Shetty"" and more!

    Episodes (6)

    World's No. 1 Exercise Professor: "Our Comfortable Lives Are Causing Cancer", "The Truth About Running", "Hand Sanitiser Is Making You Sick!

    World's No. 1 Exercise Professor: "Our Comfortable Lives Are Causing Cancer", "The Truth About Running", "Hand Sanitiser Is Making You Sick!
    We may have health monitors and fitness trackers, but could it be the case that even with this technology, humans are actually reversing evolutionary progress? Dr Lieberman is the Chair of the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. His research focuses on how the human body has evolved to be the way it is, he also explores how humans evolved to run long distances to scavenge and hunt. He is the author of the best-selling books, ‘The Story of the Human Body: Evolution, Health, and Disease’ and ‘Exercised: Why Something We Never Evolved to Do Is Healthy and Rewarding’. In this conversation Daniel and Steven discuss topics, such as if human evolution is going backwards, why veganism is not the answer, how commuting is making you fat and what we can learn from hunter-gatherers. (00:00) Intro (02:00) What do you do, and why do you do it? (03:09) Are we actually a good species? (05:11) Do our ancestors hold the answer to all our health needs? (07:32) Have we evolved to eat meat? (10:33) How did we learn to hunt and gather? (17:03) Have we evolved to breathe wrong? (19:28) Why do we sweat? (24:23) When did our brains get so big? (29:55) Why do we struggle to diet? (38:31) Modern-day mismatched diseases (42:41) Why did you write a book about food? (45:02) Has our culture moved too fast? (46:15) We've decided to live with diseases rather than prevent them. (50:13) The modern foods we eat have affected the way we look. (53:02) Is cancer a consequence of our modern society? (58:34) How our bodies store energy (01:05:23) The keto diet and fasting (01:09:44) Are we too comfortable as a society? (01:14:59) Puberty has changed, and we’re going into it earlier than ever before. (01:16:37) The dangers of sitting down all day like we do. (01:20:08) What should people take away most from this conversation? (01:24:16) The products we put on our bodies, are they toxic? (01:30:06) The last guest's question You can purchase Daniel’s book, ‘Exercised: The Science of Physical Activity, Rest and Health’, here: https://amzn.to/48OfQVI Get tickets to The Business & Life Speaking Tour: https://stevenbartlett.com/tour/ Follow me: https://beacons.ai/diaryofaceo Sponsors: Huel Bundle: https://try.huel.com/steven-bartlett Uber: https://p.uber.com/creditsterms Shop the Conversation Cards: https://thediary.com/products/the-cards Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    #176: Dr. Leah Lagos and Joe Mazzulla: Control Your Heart, Conquer Your Stress

    #176: Dr. Leah Lagos and Joe Mazzulla: Control Your Heart, Conquer Your Stress

    Internationally renowned health and performance psychologist Dr. Leah Lagos discusses the concept of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and how you can improve your mental and physical health by using signals from your body to gain control over stress. She’s also joined on this episode by Head Coach of Boston Celtics, Joe Mazzulla, who has worked with Dr. Lagos on HRV training. He discusses how he uses techniques taught by Dr. Lagos to help him manage his HRV and lower stress levels during his first season as an NBA head coach in 2022.

    Dr. Lagos has served as a Clinical and Performance Psychologist in private practice for the past 14 years. She consults a global hedge fund as well as elite performers in entertainment, business, and sport. Dr. Lagos is the author of Heart Breath Mind: Conquer Stress, Build Resilience, and Perform at Your Peak.

    Mazzulla took over as the interim head coach of the Boston Celtics in September 2022 and was officially named the team’s head coach in February 2023. In his first full season on the job, he led the Celtics to the Eastern Conference semifinals and was named one of three finalists for the NBA Coach of the Year.


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    Thai Transformation: Anwar's Unbelievable Path from Dropout to Mobility King || ANWAR GILBERT (E108)

    Thai Transformation: Anwar's Unbelievable Path from Dropout to Mobility King || ANWAR GILBERT (E108)

    Anwar ‘Mobility King’ Gilbert is a dedicated & dynamic fitness coach at Bangtao Muay Thai & MMA Gym, with over 20 years of experience in the industry.

    Anwar was born and raised in London, UK. At 16 he decided to drop out of high school, opting for a lifestyle that catered towards more adventure. He worked in many different jobs including one where transporting bodies was an everyday routine. During his late teens, Anwar’s passion for sports & fitness grew as well as his ambition. He decided to get certified and began his career in coaching and training eventually leading him to work abroad. 

    Stretch deep into your chair, relax, and don't miss out on another episode of the Fruiting Body Podcast joined by Anwar Gilbert. We take a deeper look into the making of the Mobility King, we discover how Anwar went from a high school dropout to one of the best mobility coaches in the world. We talk about his time training overseas and the important skills he learned to become a great trainer. 

    Join us for another episode of the Fruiting Body Podcast, We take a few deep breaths to learn more about the benefits of breathing techniques, why taking care of your spine & mind is so important, and how an unattended injury almost cost Anwar his life. 

    This episode will leave you feeling fit & mobile as we end the show discussing the importance of taking opportunities, valuing your time, and scheduling your day to get the most out of every moment. Find out more about the fitness wars between Chalong and Bangtao and if Anwar is a secret party guru. 

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    5 Ways to Improve Your Breathing for Better Health With the #1 Breath Expert in the World

    5 Ways to Improve Your Breathing for Better Health With the #1 Breath Expert in the World

    In today’s episode, the incredible Patrick McKeown, international bestselling author of ten books on breathing and founder and CEO of The Oxygen Advantage, a world-leading breathwork training program, breaks down all things breathing.


    This is not a lecture; it is a masterclass. His decades of research will blow you away, so let’s slow down and learn from the best in class.


    You need this, and I need this. Why? Because you and I have been breathing all wrong.


    Today Patrick is revealing the 5 ways breathing through your mouth hurts your health and leaves you feeling more anxious and stressed.


    You and I are getting coached by the world's leading expert on functional breathing for better health, more focus, less pain, better sleep, and, honestly, a better you.


    This is information that should be shouted from the rooftops. AND taught to parents, teachers, and health professionals everywhere.


    These steps are so simple, and yet they’re incredibly impactful on ALL parts of your life: your work, your ability to play and have fun, and your relationships.


    Best of all, this advice is ZERO-cost to you.


    You will learn:


    • What happens when you breathe through your nose.
    • How breathing through your mouth stresses you out.
    • How breathing through your nose improves your memory and focus.
    • What your breath has to do with back pain.
    • How nose-breathing boosts your immune system.
    • What sleep apnea in children has to do with special education needs.
    • 3 simple yet powerful exercises that will leave you breathing easier.
    • Why the hell should you want to tape your mouth shut.
    • The study that found shallow breathing can lead to anxiety.
    • An exercise that will help you get more oxygen into your lungs.
    • Why your exhalation is the most important part of relaxation.
    • How breathing the right way can stop snoring.
    • Why the way you breathe during the day impacts your sleep at night.



    The science proves that the quality of your breath determines the quality of your life.


    So let’s dive in.


    Xo, Mel


    In this episode:


    • 3:15: Why do we breathe, anyway? Seriously.
    • 4:50: HOW are we supposed to breathe?
    • 5:30: Ok, so what are we doing wrong when we breathe?
    • 6:45: So what’s so important about breathing in through your nose?
    • 7:55: Here’s what happens when your brain doesn’t get enough oxygen.
    • 8:30: The antiviral gas only produced when you breathe from your nose.
    • 10:00: How mouth breathing increased a child’s need for special education.
    • 12:45: This statistic about breathing and anxiety is still blowing my mind.
    • 16:00: 3 breathing exercises you’re not going to want to miss!
    • 24:00: The incredible results I had after trying these breathing exercises.
    • 25:20: Listen to what happens when I tape my mouth shut. 
    • 28:00: Breathing out through your mouth tells your brain this.
    • 30:00: The study that found your breath is linked to anxiety.
    • 31:15: How many times should you breathe in one minute?
    • 32:00: Patrick coaches me into a proper BIG breath.
    • 39:00: Why your exhalation is most important when it comes to reducing stress.
    • 43:00: Why you should keep your mouth closed when you exercise.
    • 45:00: What mouth breathing has to do with snoring.
    • 51:00: Can better breathing help with sleep apnea?




    7 Steps To Transform An Anxious Mindset & How To Overcome Worry Filled Thoughts

    7 Steps To Transform An Anxious Mindset & How To Overcome Worry Filled Thoughts

    Are you often plagued by anxious and worrying thoughts, feeling uncertain about how to tackle them?

    Have you recently experienced the weight of anxiety? How did it impact your day-to-day life?

    Welcome to the On Purpose podcast! Today, we will  embark on a discovery to master the art of working through anxiety and embracing a more serene mind.

    Let's discover the power of setting intentions with your first and last thoughts of the day, the sacred practice of breathwork to shift the rhythm of your life, and the captivating world of scents and fragrances, offering transformative solace.

    Moreover, there is immerse power in visualization to draw out genuine emotions and the therapeutic release through journaling to transform worries into clarity.

    In this episode, you'll learn:

    - How anxious thoughts can impact your daily activities

    - The action steps to reset your mindset

    - How to master the flow your thoughts

    - The different ways to turn anxiousness into positive actions

    Join us on this soul-stirring episode to nurture a tranquil and focused mind, and cultivate a sanctuary of peace and wisdom within yourself.

    With Love and Gratitude,

    Jay Shetty

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 01:22 A lot of us often have anxious and worry thoughts yet we don’t always have a gameplan to work through them
    • 07:09 Have you recently experienced feeling anxious? What was your experience like?
    • 09:56 Step #1: How do you need to master your first and last thought of the day?
    • 13:49 Step #2: When you change the pace of your breath, you change the pace of your life.  
    • 18:06 Step #3: The power of scents and fragrances can transform how you feel
    • 20:25 Step #4: Listening to one of your favorite songs or music may be a great short-term way of dealing with stress
    • 21:32 Step #5: When you live something out in a visualization, it allows you to feel the emotions
    • 26:04 Step #6: Get it out of your head and write it onto a page
    • 27:21 Step #7: Read and listen about the things that you’re scared about 

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    Breathing Under Stress

    Breathing Under Stress

    Do you hold your breath in difficult situations?

    It’s easy to forget. Even though it is so essential.

    Today we are joined with Mary, who shares her journey of self-discovery, she explains the difference between feminine and masculine energy as well as breathing for toddlers.

    Stay till the end as she shares some Tantric Tricks for the ladies

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