Flat Back Syndrome – Gen X Beware | Posture Doctor
If you’re over the age of 35 and have spent years either sitting behind a desk, diving, labouring, or otherwise being very physically active, you might have a condition commonly called Flat Back Syndrome.
Lost Your Balance? Try Motor Skills Juggling | Posture Doctor
As children, we develop balance, climbing trees, walking and running on unsteady surfaces, playing sports, games etc. As adults, we seldom think about balance and rarely practice it. When was the last time you climbed...
Why You Should Stop Doing Sit-Ups |Posture Doctor
Many personal trainers are still teaching the wrong position for core exercises - a position that will wear out your discs, cause premature aging and ruin your posture and balance long-term.
Stop Standing Up Straight – Do This Instead |Posture Doctor
If you have been suffering from swayback for many years, tucking the ribcage is likely to make you feel uncomfortably hunched at first. This in turn creates a need to release your rounded shoulders and...
Mini Posturecise – 30 Seconds a Day is all it Takes
So if 30 lectures feels a little overwhelming, or working on your posture for 60 minutes daily, like a mountain to climb, then what you need is a new mini posture habit.
What Causes Forward Head Posture & How Severe Is Yours?
Understand the specific cause of Forward Head Posture; use that knowledge to begin the appropriate mirror-image exercises and know when to seek treatment and/or further medical investigation.
Core Workout | Best Abs Exercise You Can Do in Your Car
Traffic jams are frustrating! In this lecture we use the time you are stuck in your car (maybe during a traffic jam) to strengthen your abs.
How to Fix Unattractive Round Shoulders | Posture Doctor
The way we hold ourselves is a reflection of the way we feel about ourselves; so good posture improves confidence.
The Ridiculous Reason We Don’t Exercise | Posture Hack #3
If you like to make lists or set goals as I do, then this will definitely help you. Even if you only think about setting goals but never do, this will help you too.
What Texting Does to the Neck and Spine | Posture Doctor
most people look down at a 60-degree angle when texting on their phones, which places a lot of force on their neck muscles, discs and joints.