Foundation Training: Decompression Training for Pain and Performance

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Lesson Plan

This course is designed to educate practitioners and patients alike on the fundamental principle of Foundation Training: Decompression Breathing for Chronic Pain Relief. We will review and focus on the Serratus musculature that surrounds the rib cage and its impact on stability, grip-strength, muscle activation and lung volume. Expand your understanding of pain management, posture, and strength!

Objectives:

  • Anatomy and Physiology of Decompression Breathing
  • Sternocleidomastoid muscular support pathway
  • Lung Volume improvement through Decompression Breathing
  • Actively aligning and expanding postural footprint
  • Understand Thoracic Leverage and Curvature
  • Transversus abdominal muscle function.

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Course Instructor

Eric Goodman, DC Eric Goodman, DC

Eric Goodman is the creator of Foundation Training and the author of Foundation, True to Form and Foundations Of Health. After graduating the University of Central Florida, with a bachelor’s in health sciences and physiology, he went on to earn his doctor of chiropractic degree at Southern California University of Health Sciences.

Foundation Training: Decompression Training for Pain and Performance