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5 Really Great Reasons Why Good Posture Is Super Important
Good posture can even lead to a better sex life.
Better Alignment in 9 Moves
Jennifer Zerling, MS, CES, CPT "JZ"
Fitness and Age Management Expert
While the following routine might not burn calories and get your heart rate up, they are essential for your structure and for enabling your joints and muscles to work in synergy with one another for the workouts that are more demanding and higher in velocity.
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This Magical Device Could Fix Your Bad Posture For Good
Be nice to your back!
Better Posture Is Only One (Super Simple) Stretch Away
"Just naturally let those shoulders open up and let the chest start to stretch out," Marrone says. The good news is that
Don't Just Sit Less -- Sit Better
Creator of BetterBack, Co-Founder of Everest
Sitting is unavoidable. You can't pace up and down the aisle of an airplane during your flight, or in a theatre during the movie. In most culture's it's impolite to jog in place while eating a burrito. The solution is not simply sitting less; it's sitting better.
5 Weird Things Your Desk Job May Be Doing To Your Body
What it might be: An especially painful variation of tendonitis, which is called De Quervain's tenosynovitis. It can be caused
12 Yoga Poses To Undo The Damage Of Your Desk Job
Mountain Pose (Tadasana) Slow Neck Stretches A forward bend provides a soothing feeling of release -- making the pose therapeutic
Improve Your Posture With 3 Simple Steps
A good stance isn't only a matter of good manners. Sit a spell. Hold your torso as you would if you were standing up straight
How To Correct Your Posture (VIDEO)
By Watchmojo, Watchmojo
Feeling out of alignment? Contrary to popular belief, it's never too late to correct your posture and body alignment. Properly
STYLE & BEAUTY
Slouching Is In Again
Founder, SheFinds Media
Have the starlets been forgetting their skim milk? Many are hunching over as if osteoporosis has set in 30 years early. Is an unhealthy bone structure the new it item?
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