Here’s a simple stress test. One that is very different from anything else you’ve ever heard about being tested for stress.
And it’s one that almost all human beings will fail – even if they’re not feeling tense.
Okay, are you up to the challenge?
If you’re sitting right now. Stand up.
If you’re standing. Have a seat.
Now reverse your position once again.
Take note of what you did.
Now ask yourself, when did you exhale?
If you’re not sure – repeat the test once again, this time paying attention to when you breathe.
If you’re like most of the population, you exhaled way too late, so you added unnecessary stress to your body instead of letting it out.
And I’ll bet you had no idea that this way of getting up or sitting added unnecessary stress to your body.
Now, if you think that these are the only situations in which you are unconscious of your breathing – think again.
If you’re holding your breath in the act of standing or sitting – chances are excellent you’re holding your breath all day long.
And even if you don’t feel stressed out from doing so – I’m willing to bet you’ll feel a huge weight lifted from your energy field if you start exhaling at the appropriate times – more often.
Yes, breathing is basic and fundamental to the experience of being alive. Even so, how many people, based on this one simple test, are doing so properly?
When you breathe deeply you will note many changes in your life. And if you learn to breathe deeply while doing specific exercises that target the midsection – you may be stunned at what takes place.
For example, you may feel much more energetic.
You may notice that your digestion improves.
You may see and feel your waistline getting firmer and stronger.
And you may feel that you have much more sexual
Truth is you’ll never know for sure what benefits you’ll discover unless you begin using the Farmer Burns Stomach Flattener exercise – as taught in my best-seller, Combat Abs.
Be sure to check it out. It’s made a difference in a lot of lives. Why not be next?
P.S. While placing your order, notice whether or not you are holding your breath.