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Paradoxical breathing exercises Strelnikova

Singer Alexandra Nikolaevna Strelnikova developed a breathing system to restore her lost voice. Having no special medical education, she nevertheless managed to develop this topic of breathing exercises, with the help of which many of her patients got rid of various diseases. The most common among them are asthma, bronchitis and rhinitis.

The paradox of the developed Strelnikova technique is that the breaths in it are not done on the dilution of the chest, but rather on its compression. As a result of this, when inhaling, the air goes directly to the lower abdomen, i.e. abdominal breathing is performed; to perform such a breath requires additional effort of the diaphragm. Experts compare this method of breathing with weight training, which is carried out from the port in the midlands. It is known that in the mountains breathing is difficult, and the body has to adapt to a lack of oxygen through increased absorption. After training in the mountains, athletes begin to show better results in flat conditions. It is believed that one of the reasons for increasing the index of VC in swimmers is their breathing with resistance (exhale into the water).

According to Strelnikov, breathing regulation should begin with inhalation, since it is primary and exhalation is secondary. The breath should be short, active, with compression of the wings of the nose, but shallow. The exhalation is passive, carried out by itself. These exercises are simple and performed with a pulse of less than 100 beats per minute, approximately eight exhalations in six seconds, which corresponds to a walking pace of 80 steps per minute. The first three exercises are warm-up.

1. Turns of the head to the right and left. For each turn - a quick breath through the nose.

2. Tilts the head to the right and left. A sharp breath at the end of each movement.

3. Tilts the head back and forth. For each slope - a sharp breath.

4. The reduction of hands in front of the chest towards each other. The right hand alternately from above to below.

5.
Springy forward bends with a small amplitude, as when working with a pump. Quick breath at the end of the slope.

6. Tilts back with leading hands in front of the chest.

7. Spring squat in the lunges with the information lowered: to the sides of the arms. Inhale at the extreme point of the squat.

8. Tilts back and forth. Breathe in every move.

All these exercises are divided into six three-day courses twice a day. In the first year, about 600 movements are performed behind the bottom of the lesson, in the second - 1200, in the third 1400, fourth 1600, fifth 1800, sixth - about 2000. The duration of classes increases from 6 minutes in the first year to 15 in the sixth. The number of slopes and information of the hands less than 300 times in one session, according to Strelnikova, is ineffective. The upper limit of 2000 movements. Each practitioner must find his own optimal load norm, which brings pleasure, and irritation and fatigue.

To overcome monotony when performing movements, they are counted to rhythmic dance music, which has a clear square structure. A dance like a polka is best suited for this. Each movement I make pa with even eight eight four times, total - 32 movements in one series. Repeating the melody gives the right amount of movement.

Beginners with: unaccustomed can experience discomfort and dizziness due to hyperventilation. This may be due, as Strelnikova points out, with too deep a breath and delayed expiration. To prevent these adverse events, the shoulders and head should be lowered when inhaling.

Improving gymnastics Strelnikova has already helped a lot of people. Those who are predisposed to various forms of pulmonary diseases, it is especially useful to periodically use this method of health promotion. The only caveat is that this breathing gymnastics cannot be combined with the breathing exercises of yogis, to deal with it with glaucoma, severe myopia and high blood pressure.
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Paradoxical breathing exercises Strelnikova

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    Singer Alexandra Nikolaevna Strelnikova developed a breathing system to restore her lost voice. Having no special medical education, she nevertheless managed to develop this topic of breathing exercises, with the help of which many of her patients got rid of various diseases. The most common among them are asthma, bronchitis and rhinitis. The paradox developed
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