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Posture Exercise

Posture Exercise

Improve & Strengthen with Posture Exercise First: Check the Alignment of Your PostureZones TRY THE WALLSTAND: Back up to a wall so your heels, buttocks, shoulders and head all lightly touch the wall.  Stand relaxed with your head level and legs straight. No...

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The Motion Cycle

The Motion Cycle

The Path to Lifelong Movement StrongPosture® exercise creates an awareness of posture and when performed daily can stretch muscles, ligaments, and other structures that shorten with poor posture; strengthen muscles that weaken; and help people stay active, thereby...

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Posture Tips

Posture Tips

Top 10 Posture Tips After you've completed the 7 Steps to StrongPosture® online course, follow these posture tips to maintain good posture. 1 - Walk More!  Walking is the perfect exercise. A brisk walk burns nearly as many calories as running the equivalent distance,...

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Back Pain

Back Pain

Suffering from recurring back pain? A recent research study demonstrated people with chronic low back pain really do move differently from people without preexisting back pain issues, and also cannot balance as well. When compared to pain-free individuals, and even in...

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Posture Exercise Keeps You Moving as You Age

Posture Exercise Keeps You Moving as You Age

With age, the joints stiffen and muscles get tight. The common bent over posture of old age occurs as a result of the body adapting to long-term poor posture. As posture becomes more bent forward the muscles have to work harder to keep the body balanced, which makes...

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Anatomy of Posture

Anatomy of Posture

Posture isn't just how you hold your neck or the slump of your shoulders and low back. Everything in the body is connected, and our posture is the coordinated workings of all the mechanical parts. The body’s motion system controls posture. Scientists call this system...

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Posture Anatomy

Posture Anatomy

Posture isn't just how you hold your neck or the slump of your shoulders and low back. Everything in the body is connected, and our posture is the coordinated workings of all the mechanical parts. Our bodies move when, either consciously or unconsciously, brain and...

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Importance of Posture

Importance of Posture

Why Posture Matters Health: It's not just kids with backpacks or cane-carrying seniors... Studies show poor posture is a major cause of back and neck pain for all ages, and over time often contributes to digestive, respiratory and cardiopulmonary problems. Hours of...

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