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Want an upright posture in 4 weeks? Read this.

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In today’s issue, I want to share with you a simple plan that can revolutionize your posture in just 4 weeks. 

That's right, we're talking about getting that tall & upright posture you've been longing for.

Let’s be straight with each other for a moment…

Most of us suffer from poor posture, and we know how it can affect our confidence and physical well-being...

The pain, the self-consciousness, it's all real. 

I know because I’ve been there myself 👇

I was born with Scoliosis, making standing upright a struggle, and years at my laptop worsened my posture. 

I got used to live with aching upper and lower back since I was 18 years old 😣

When I turned to yoga things started to change!

My posture began to improve, and the pains started to dissolve 😌

Yoga literally reshaped my skeleton, aligned my body, and changed my physique!

Here's what you need to know:

If you’d like to have a upright posture, the best time to start working on your posture was yesterday. The next best time? Right now.

So if that's you, let me share with you a simple plan that helped me get my tall and upright posture.


🟡 Step 1 - Release Your Spine

Here's what you need to know:

If you’d like to have a upright posture, the best time to start working on your posture was yesterday. The next best time? Right now.

So if that's you, let me share with you a simple plan that helped me get my tall and upright posture.


🟡 Step 2 - Develop a Strong Back and Core

Where so many go wrong is neglecting the strength of back and core muscles. These muscles support your entire body.

Focus on exercises that target these muscles, such as planks or back extensions.

Consistency will bring noticeable changes.


🟡 Step 3 - Open Tight Chest & Shoulders Muscles

Having flexible chest and shoulders is a game-changer.

It prevents rounding forward and enhances your range of motion.

Engage in chest and shoulder openers exercises like demonstrated in the GIF below 👇

These exercises are part of the routines that helped me transform my posture and they are part of the '28 days Tall & Proud' program I created.

Opening tight chest and shoulders muscles will significantly improve your posture, and alleviate neck & upper back pain.


🟡 Step 4 - Lengthen Your Legs Muscles

Short hamstring muscles can ruin your alignment.

Working on flexibility in your legs can prevent "Sway Back" and bring your entire body into harmony.

Include hamstring stretches and leg-lengthening exercises in your routine, such as half-splits.

Lengthening your leg muscles is essential to maintain proper body alignment and will help relieve lower back pain caused by poor posture.


🟡 Step 5 - Build Posture Awareness

Awareness is key to improving posture and keeping upright posture. 

Pay attention to how you sit, stand, and move throughout the day. 

Building posture awareness is a continuous process, allowing you to adjust and improve naturally for long-term success.

In the '28 days Tall & Proud' program we have a dedicated practice that’ll help you build more awareness to your posture so you can keep it tall all day long.


‼️ Important Note:

Achieving a tall and upright posture isn't a one-time event; it's a journey that brings lifelong benefits. 

It's about becoming the version of yourself that's free from pain, brimming with confidence, and enjoying increased freedom of motion.

Until this day I still do exercises to keep my posture straight and tall, but 4 weeks of consistent effort is enough to begin to see and feel the change.

Have a wonderful weekend ✌️

- Idan

P.S.

If you’d like my help to improve your posture, keep an eye on your inbox next week as I have a special offer coming for my '28 days Tall & Proud' 📬

Whenever you're ready, here's how I can help:

1. Zero to yoga: Boost your energy and flexibility with my Yoga for Beginners program, designed to help you start your yoga journey and experience its incredible benefits.

2. Back to shape: Regain your fitness and establish healthier habits with my beginner-friendly program, designed to help you get back on track and feel your best.