There's no need to be ashamed if you don't have perfect posture.
In fact, postural problems are very common these days. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't do something about it!
Here are four examples of bad posture and how to correct it. Let's get started!
You have an exaggerated curvature of your upper back (the thoracic spine) where the shoulders are rounded forward.
2. Nerd neck
Your head is positioned with your ears in front of the vertical midline of your body.
It often comes from hunching over a cell phone, computer or steering wheel.
3. Sway back
Your hips and pelvis tilt forward, in front of your body’s midline. As a result, your lower back has an exaggerated inward curve.
You look like you’re leaning back when you’re standing up, with your stomach and your rear sticking out.
4. Flat back
The normal curve of your lower spine loses some of its curvature.
Your lower back looks straight and you stoop forward.
How to correct bad posture?
If you’re looking for an easy way to start correcting your bad posture, I got you covered.
Download my free PDF with five exercises that you can do at home to help improve your posture.
These exercises are simple and straightforward, so there’s no excuse not to get started today!
Remember, it’s never too late to correct your posture and start feeling better.