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3D view of diaphragm

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by www.3dyoga.com
posted 3 years ago
This very short video shows a 3-D representation of the diaphragm's movement during respiration.
Resource Type: Video
Level: Basic
Keywords: Diaphragm, Breathing
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    excellent
    by Tom Strother, posted 3 years ago
    This is an outstanding resource. Thanks for sharing!
    helpful
    by Mark V. Bonito, posted 3 years ago
    The animation-sequence and voice-over of diaphragm action are nicely done and educational.
    excellent
    by Annelle Delfs, posted 3 years ago
    I love the clarity and brevity is this piece. Thank you so much.
    excellent
    by Joel, posted 2 years ago
    Good video to share with my students via D2L!
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