We all sit too much. We sit in the car, we sit at work, we sit to eat, and we sit to watch TV.
All this sitting adds up to poor posture, pain in the back and neck, and an increased risk for injury when you are doing the activities you love.
How to Improve Your Posture
If you want to avoid going down this path, then you need to spend time daily to undo all of the tightening that happens while sitting.
When you do the right exercises, you should be:
- Strengthen the muscles that help you stand up straight
- Lengthen the muscles that are keeping you out of alignment
- Focused mostly on your "posterior chain" including the hips, back, and rotator cuff
- Reinforcing good posture in every rep
That is why, in this week’s video, we are going to show you some exercises and training techniques that are going to help help your posture, keep you walking tall, and make life more fun to live.
Check it out below!
Need Help Getting Started
If you are not sure exactly what to do to improve your posture, we can help.
While the exercises in the video are great for most people, everyone has their own specific needs and goals when it comes to fitness.
That is why we developed out our 28-Day Kickstart Program.
This is our holistic fitness program where you will get the exact exercises you need to start moving and feeling better while having a coach to show you how to do them correctly, and keep you accountable to your plan.
In this program you will get:
- Full fitness and goals assessment
- Personalized fitness coaching to teach you the exact exercises you need to safely and effectively move better and build stamina
- A simple meal plan to help you decrease inflammation
- 1-on-1 success coaching to help guide you as you work to change your diet, exercise, and lifestyle habits
You can move better, get stronger, and have more flexibility and energy, you just need a program that can show you what is right for you.
Click here to learn more and take back control of your health and fitness today!
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