My ongoing weight loss journey through deep breathing!

Losing weight by breathing


Yes, I’m continuing my journey using deep breathing for weight loss.  I’m still at 20 pounds lost.  However, I’m only doing one deep breathing exercise per day (a set of six).  And I’m keeping this weight off.  This is so exciting for me.  I’ve never been able to lose weight and keep it off this long.  And all this with just one set of deep breathing exercises.

 

Researching

I’m continuing my reading and researching how to lose weight by breathing deep and keep finding new articles to read.  This has encouraged me and reaffirmed to me that deep breathing will definitely work for me.

Some of my online finds are as follows:

Amazed

It truly amazes me that I can lose weight doing these deep breathing exercises.  Since I am handicapped and use a wheelchair almost all day, I have been searching for some ways I can lose weight sitting here in this chair.  I found out about this deep breathing pretty much by accident while surfing the web.  It caught my attention and I began to read and research the possibility that this might work for me.  Then I decided to purchase the book by Greer Childers (in the list above).  When I got that and began reading it and seeing the different exercise she teaches along with the breathing techniques, I decided I would try at least the first exercise that I can do sitting in my wheelchair.  I was so surprised to find out that it worked for me.

Actually, the breathing technique isn’t as easy as it seems.  It is work and I’m tired after I do a few of them.  I’m finding that doing them twice a day or more truly helps me to lose weight.  I’ve already put myself on a more healthy diet through the Whole30 plan and found that works for me too.  Now I have a successful exercise plan to go with it.

Comments

I encourage questions an comments and you can leave them below. – Shirley

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