Do you spend your days hunched over a computer keyboard? Have hours spent looking down at your smartphone ruined your posture? If so, you're not alone--poor posture resulting from our high-tech lifestyles has become a worldwide epidemic.
But the good news is you can transform your posture, and it's surprisingly easy, using the techniques in this comprehensive posture and ergonomics course!
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In this comprehensive, fun course, you will:
In this class you'll discover proven, actionable tips and techniques to increase your flexibility and improve strength to support the long-term habit of good posture. Additionally, you'll learn how configuring your desk in an ergonomically correct fashion will enable you to reinforce your new good-posture habits all day long, while you're working (where most of us have terrible posture habits).
In the class bonus sections, you'll learn easy tips and techniques to help you improve your posture in your daily life, and you'll discover how to correctly configure your car seat so that driving doesn't have to ruin your posture. There are also some fun, actionable tips which will help you keep your good posture top-of-mind, so that you can continually enjoy the transformative power of great posture! Join the class now and start improving your posture today.
Download the 5-Day Sample Posture Workout Schedule and integrate good posture into your daily life. This is a quick and easy schedule that you can customize to your own personal needs. Quick posture stretches for the morning, easy at-your-desk posture exercises/stretches to do during the workday (I usually do these once before lunch and once after lunch), and three quick posture exercises to do in the evening. Make good posture part of your daily routine!
This is just a brief introduction to the workplace posture activities that are demonstrated in the following lecture. Remember the phrase: "Sitting is the New Smoking" when you're at work and try to take breaks every 20 minutes or so, just to get up and walk around. It'll help you reduce back pain, and it will get your circulation going.
When you don't have time to get up, or if you can't leave your desk, do one or two of the at-your-desk posture activities that follow. They'll increase your energy, help you return to a more focused state, and most important, they'll help to improve your posture.
Use the Yoga Shoulder Stretch as a great way to occasionally loosen up your upper body. Try to remember to keep your shoulders back while you work, which will keep your chest open and your posture correct. But when you find your posture to get slouchy, regardless of your desk ergonomics, do the yoga shoulder stretch.
Matt Franklin brought the issue of posture to over 6 million people with his appearance on ABC TV's Shark Tank, where with the help of Dancing With the Stars instructors, he showed the world that posture can indeed be improved. He is the inventor of the world's best-selling posture correction device and has lived and breathed posture and ergonomics for the last decade. Matt is an expert on posture, and that knowledge, coupled with an OSHA certification in office ergonomics, makes him uniquely qualified to teach on the subject of posture improvement. Matt's teaching style is fun and fast paced, and he's a "posture nerd," obsessed with helping people improve their posture.