Stop scrolling through Instagram and say this mantra while you breath in and out. No really. Do it. Say it again. One more time. ................ I'm officially back from vacation and even though I went to the gym at the hotel I still gained weight (about 4lbs). Two of those are probably water weight. The other two should drop off if I get back to my normal routine. But it's not the weight I'm sad about. It's the doubt in myself that says "oh great Rachel. You're now as heavy as you were…
http://mindpersuasion.com/tools/ Instructions: Breathe in on the high note, and out on the low note. Hold breath between inhale and exhale, and between exhale and inhale for equal measure. Goal is to match time of inhale to exhale, and match time between exhale and inhale to time between inhale and exhale. Background theta for best effect. Use with headphones. Do not listen while driving or operating heavy machinery. For more mind tools, please visit http://mindpersuasion.com/tools/
http://pure-yoga-dvd.com/ -Forward Bend in a Chair: On an exhalation, come into a forward bend over the legs. Let the hands rest on the floor if they reach it. Let the head hang heavy. On an inhalation, raise the arms back up over the head. Repeat this sequence several times, moving with the breath.
How to Fry Scream "Classically trained singers will tell you that screaming is the worst thing you can ever do to your vocal chords, but if you're into singing/screaming heavy metal or rock then it's necessary to know how to scream with minimal damage. The correct way to scream is a technique called fry screaming, in which you control your vocal exhale using diaphragmatic breathing. Vocal fry is the noise you make when your vocal chords vibrate slowly."