diafragma

[” If you don’t own breathing you don’t own movement ” ]

Goed bewegen begint met de juiste ademhaling .

In het filmpje hieronder wordt door Roger Fiametti perfect uitgelegd waarom een goede ademhaling zo belangrijk is .

80% van mijn cliënten die binnenkomen met een klacht aan nek , rug , schouders , ellebogen enz.. hebben een probleem met hun ademhaling. Het gevolg hiervan is een niet optimaal werkend diafragma en daardoor een niet goed functionerende ” core ”

Wanneer je ” core ” geen goede functie heeft , zal er al snel een compensatie patroon gaan optreden en kan er een klacht ontstaan. Aanhoudende schouder, nek , elleboog klachten , maar ook rug , hoofdpijn of andere ” vage ” klachten .

Hou jij je adem in bij het doen van bepaalde oefeningen ? dan is de kans groot dat er iets niet optimaal functioneert en kun je door het verbeteren van je ademhaling al veel verbetering krijgen . 

 

Voice: “Complete breathing allows to get the complete control of your body. Complete breathing mobilizes all the different diaphragms, including the most famous – the thoracic diaphragm, but also the cranial diaphragm, the cervical diaphragm, and the pelvic diaphragm.

These different diaphragms will stimulate several nervous and neurovegetative plexus, which you can watch appearing progressively on the screen.

Of these four diaphragms:

– the cranial diaphragm is a minor expansion of the cerebral falx and of the tentorium cerebelli.

– the cervical diaphragm is made of the tongue, of the tongue muscles and of the lingual bone (hyoid).”

Text: The cervical diaphragm absorbs and neutralizes the tensions coming from the top and bottom of the body

Voice: “The thoracic diaphragm, which is the most famous of the four, builds a wall between the abdomen and the rib cage.

Text: The thoracic diaphragm moves down when breathing in (inspiration), and moves up when breathing out (expiration).

Text: The central tendon makes the center of the thoracic diaphragm (shown in white.

Voice: “The pelvic is a big basket of muscles attached to the sacrum and to the iliac crest and sacrum bones”.

Text: Perineum seen from the top Text: Perineum seen from the bottom

Voice: “These four diaphragms will work together in synergy and will stimulate the blood flow as well as various nervous centers….

…The thoracic diaphragm is a very interesting and important muscle which moves down during inspiration, and moves up during expiration. This motion will mobilize the viscera: the intestines, the liver, the pancreas and the bladder.”

Text: The viscera follow the movement of the thoracic diaphragm and will push the pelvic diaphragm from top to bottom.

Voice: “The viscera will move down during inspiration, and up during expiration and will stimulate the pelvic diaphragm”.

Text: The psoai work in synergy with the thoracic diaphragm and they put the lumbar spine under tension, thus offering a stable support to the diaphragmatic pillars.

Voice: “Watch how the lumbar spine is dynamically mobilized during breathing. Watch how the viscera go up and down during breathing. Breathing and the diaphragm play a major role in moving the viscera”.

Text: The sacrum gets straight and pulls the posterior muscles of the spine (rachis) under tension.

Text: The posterior muscles of the spine move the ribs like the blades of a blind and put the ribs in inspiration position.

Voice: “Many muscles are activated during breathing: Muscles of the back, of the throat, of the jaw and of the neck.”

Text: The cervical diaphragm absorbs and neutralizes the tensions coming from the top and bottom of the body.

Voice: “The ribs participate in breathing: they spread out during inspiration and come closer during expiration”

Text: The upper ribs move in a pump-handle motion. The bottom ribs show a bucket-handle motion; the middle ribs show intermediate movement.

Voice: “During breathing, the abdominal muscles are also important…”

Text: The abdominal muscles are highly active and will provide support to the diaphragms and viscera

Voice: “… during forced expiration, but will also offer some resistance to the diaphragm such that you can breathe slowly from your belly and your perineum.