"WRITE THE MAGNIFICENT SYMPHONY  THAT IS YOUR LIFE 
AND LEAVE THIS WORLD WITH YOUR MUSIC FOR ALL TO HEAR"

 -Dorothy J. Harden

WONDER WOMEN
Stand up nice and tall, put one hand on your hip and one hand in the air, like lady liberty. Take a full, deep breath and exhale.  Now put both hands on your hips and imagine you are a superhero!

Embrace your power fully and feel on top of the world!!

Do this exercise before you start a meeting, before going to lunch, after a long phone call, any time of the day! Help your state of mind and body feel empowered and in control!
Almighty Breath
When you are feeling a little bogged down and find it hard to catch your breath ... put both hands on the top of your head. Put them in such away that your arms look diamond shaped.

Slightly lean back, this is to help open your diaphragm and help your lungs have extra room to breathe.

While leaving your arms in their lifted postition, take deep breaths. In through your nose, out through your mouth. This should help you catch your breath on a busy day and allow you to relax.

Drain the Anger
This is a perfect breathing exercise to do after a heated argument or in a moment of stress.
 
We all know the feeling after an argument, hot, tense, clouded mind, angry thoughts. Take a moment to sit down in your office chair or any seat and plant your feet flat on the ground.  Now lean back against the back of the chair and place your hands on your knees.

Close your eyes and imagine your body is filled with muck and anything holding you back. The muck has built up inside you from stressful days, arguments, not enough sleep, all the things in your life that stress you out or upset you.

Now close your eyes and breathe slowly through your nose, lifting your chest and shoulders as you do.  Blow out slowly through your mouth and as you blow out through your mouth, feel the level of muck and tension go down.  Feel it drain away through your feet into the floor.  With each breath, the level of muck inside you go down and toxins subside.

You should be able to feel muscles un-knot and release the build up of stress.
IF YOU HAVE MORE INSPIRATIONAL TIPS, LET US KNOW!!  WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
The exercises suggested on this website are no substitute for medical advice.  Users assume any and all risks.  Users should consult with a doctor or medical professional prior to starting any exercise.  Go-Get-'Em-Girls! disclaims any responsibility for these exercises. 
Get Ready Girl! Breath Exercise
You should feel the effort at the back of the neck, the diaphragm, the chest and the abdomen when doing this exercise once you feel comfortable with it.  If this is your first Get Ready Girl Breath, do not do this exercise for more than 15 seconds at one time.

To start, inhale and exhale rapidly through your nose, keeping your mouth closed and relaxed. Your breaths should be as short as possible but equal in duration.

You should strive for three in-and-out breath cycles per second, but at first start with what ever makes you comfortable. As you exercise, add 5 to 7 seconds each time until you reach one full minute.
 
This is a noisy breathing exercise, but if done correctly can help clear your mind and help you feel energized. Next time you are thinking about going for that second cup of coffee..try this breathing exercise instead!
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