It’s safe to say the diaphragm is the body’s most important muscle. So, why don’t we have exercises and training for it, like every other muscle? Without the diaphragm, we stop breathing and lose the body’s major lymphatic pump. This pump carries our immunity, removes toxins and waste, and delivers nutrients as energy—and that is the short list. With over 90% of us living with compromised diaphragmatic function, regular breath and movement exercise for the diaphragm is a requirement for health and longevity.