Blogs about Posture

THE BEST EXERCISE YOU'RE PROBABLY NOT DOING

THE BEST EXERCISE YOU'RE PROBABLY NOT DOINGThis is a weekly series on exercise that will give you the biggest bang for your exercise buck in and out of the gym. Today's exercise is wall squat

THEREX! A different approach.

THEREX! A Different Approach.  

Sitting Too Much

Sitting too much is bad for you because it destroys our bones and muscles. When we sit all day, there are certain muscles that work overtime and others that fall asleep. Here are a few other things to keep in mind as to why sitting is bad for us.

Fit Tips: 16 Simple Moves To Fix Tight Shoulders

Correcting The Posture

POOR POSTUREA loss of range of motion or strength, numbness or a tingling feeling in the limbs are all symptoms that are related to poor posture. Body areas tat are most commonly affected are the upper back, neck, lower back, wrist, shoulders, hips, and knees. In short, pain and dysfuction prohibits proper walking gait, comfortable sleeping situations and effective participation in activities and recreational sports. The underlying causes:  1. the lack of exercise or poor technique  2. incorrect body mechanics

Take a Stand – Fix Your Posture Today

Growing up, we have all had yelled at us "sit up straight and don’t slouch". And while the motivation behind the classroom rhetoric may have been as irrelevant as not looking disciplined and sluggish, the benefits you will probably know now, are far richer.

Giving Your Desk a Happy Place: Office Ergonomics

Back pains, eye

Giving Your Desk a Happy Place: Office Ergonomics

Back pains, eye

Top Tips For Reducing Posture Related Pain At Work

Tired of coming home from work with debilitating back pain that sends you straight to the couch? Sitting for long periods of time causes certain muscles to tighten and shorten in length, creating a single muscle imbalance which then off-sets the opposing muscles and ultimately pushes the entire musculoskeletal system into disarray. Here’s the good news for posture pain sufferers 

Back and Neck Pain!?

Eight (8) out of ten (10) adults will suffer from back and/or neck pain at some point in t