Rasheem Northington is a United States Marine Corps (USMC) Veteran and he served 8 years in the Marine Corps. He received his Master's Degree in Adolescent Education in Chemistry and his Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry from Hunter College in conjunction with receiving his Public School Teaching License. Rasheem also received his Associate's Degree in Occupational Studies Massage Therapy from New York College of Health Professionals. Math and Science have always piqued his interest. Rasheem teaches and tutors many subjects of Math and Science. He continues to study a myriad of Traditional Chinese Medicine, making him familiar with the concepts of Qi or Chi, Yin and Yang, energy meridians and energy meridian points. Rasheem is a practitioner of Taoist Tai Chi Kung which incorporates the practices of T'ai Chi, Xing Yi Quan and Baguazhang. He has received certifications in Qi Gong, Yoga, Qi Gong Energy Facilitation, and had some training in Medical Qi Gong. Rasheem is very intrigued by Chemistry, Physics, the human body and how it functions. His background in Biochemistry and practices of Qi Gong Stance Training which is also known as Static Training facilitated his realization of the power and influence of the diaphragm. This motivated Rasheem to investigate the diaphragm further in addition to him knowing how important breathing is. His greatest fascination has been in Biochemistry as he recognizes that the body displays its own intelligence facilitating strategic chemical actions in order to sustain life. This in conjunction with the power of the diaphragm leads him to believe that we are designed to live, stay alive and explore what an abundance of oxygen can afford us over our lifetime. What makes this book so interesting is the fact that it applies to everyone in all walks of life, whether you are a breathing practitioner, athlete, live a sedentary lifestyle, have a stressful job, have a muscular diaphragm, this book is for you. It explains how breathing or the breath is important to life and that the control of the flow of this breath in itself, is controlled by the function of the diaphragm, and that this function of the diaphragm is under control by you, to a certain degree. It also talks about how the choice we have to perform a voluntary full engagement of the diaphragm gives us the ability to maximize our oxygen input facilitating a positive influence on our health, power, and longevity which may correlate with greater physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being.