exhale


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Synonyms for exhale

Synonyms for exhale

to expel air in the process of respiration

Synonyms for exhale

give out (breath or an odor)

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You should feel your bones taking more of your torso's weight at the end of the full (but not forced) exhale.
As you exhale, tilt your pelvis so your lower back flattens into the floor.
Scoop your abdominals in, inhale for five counts, and then exhale for five counts while pumping your arms up and down continuously (one set).
The key goal of the Exhale Warm-up is to provide the hornist, at every experience level, a very relaxing and therapeutic exercise for use at all times of the day, especially as a part of the warm-up.
Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, a Canada-based hotel company, has announced opening of a new spa, Exhale Spa, at the Fairmont Battery Wharf, in Boston, US.
Pilates legend, Helen Tardent to offer women a career opportunity par excellenceDubai's first 'ladies only' fitness studio, Exhale Fitness Studio, is hosting Pilates legend, Helen Tardent between 9-15 February.
With each inhale, I filled my chest and belly with air, and on the exhale let my ballooned belly drop to the floor.
Exhale as you slowly come up, curling the dumbbells up toward the chest.
continuing to exhale as you lower down to your belly.
Every time you exhale, you lose water," Williams says.
Exhale again and point your toes to the wall behind you and raise your feet one inch off the floor.
Far from the days of books like Waiting To Exhale that address substantive issues with cultural accuracy in an accessible way, titles like Playing With Boys by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez and Cara Lockwood's Dixieland Sushi are among the latest to capitalize on cultural stereotypes and bad cliches.
As the pace quickens from 75% MHR, a pattern of two steps to inhale and two to exhale will allow more oxygen.