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Low Pressure Fitness/ Hypopressives

I am also a Low Pressure Fitness certified trainer (LPF - CT).  LPF connects your breathing to your core and posture for a full body workout  Simply put, LPF will give you the strength and tone you’ve always desired.  Since first learning about this, I dove into practicing LPF regularly and I am now stronger than I ever have been before.  The combination of Pilates and LPF, has given me a powerful toolkit for working with patients and clients. I love the way I feel when I do LPF and want you to experience the same.

 

What are Low Pressure Fitness and Hypopressives?

 

Low Pressure Fitness (LPF) is a training system that uses hypopressives (a breathing technique) to synergistically recruit the deep core and pelvic core muscles.  It trains the full body in various poses addressing deep core function, myofascial stretching and neurodynamics.

 

A hypopressive breath (also called an abdominal vacuum) is often performed during a pose or movement in the Low Pressure Fitness repertoire of poses which reduces pressure in the abdomen and pelvic floor.

Benefits of LPF:

  • Deep core and pelvic floor activation

  • Increased core strength

  • Postpartum - Diastasis Recti

  • Decreased Low Back Pain

  • Improved posture

  • Improved breath patterns

  • Stretches abdominal fascia

  • Decreased abdominal pain

  • Improved digestion

  • Improved neural tension

  • Relaxation