You can change your bad habits.
Sitting on your wallet? That's a big no.
It all starts with practicing proper posture.
When you were growing up, your parents or teachers probably told you to sit and stand straight, instead of slouching your back and shoulders. They themselves may not have exactly known why that was important, it just seemed that way. But more recent science has found that they were actually right in many more ways than they imagined.
Almost everyone I meet with expresses concerns about their posture. It makes total sense: we all sit way too much, and it is almost impossible to sit for long periods without becoming slightly rounded forward. For most of us some amount of sitting is a necessary evil, but that doesn't mean you can't take steps to mitigate the damages!
I know, the head and neck are not the most glamorous body parts to train. Getting nice legs or a toned tummy is often what motivates people to work out. But I attended a lecture that reinforced how the placement of the head and neck is an important, though often ignored, element of posture.
If you tend to slouch while sitting at your desk or the dinner table, maybe it's time to pay attention to your posture. "An
Hey you, stop slouching. We all know that good posture is important — our parents and teachers have been drilling this idea
We've all been told at some point in our lives to "stand up straight!" -- likely during a family picture, a graduation ceremony