Exercises for Healthy Feet |Posture Doctor
We can improve toe flexibility and balance by regularly spacing our toes manually. This is one basic exercise that can easily become a healthy daily ritual or habit.
Best Travel Workouts for the Car or Plane
Paula Moore, posture doctor shows you how to stay fit and pain free while traveling in a car or plane.
Flabby Arms | Triceps Lift for Long-haul Travel
Use this travel workout to improve shoulder stability and reduce round posture by strengthening the triceps muscles that attach to our shoulder blades.
Luggage Lift – How NOT to wreck your back | Posture Doctor
Why do so many travelers wreck their backs and ruin their vacation? Because they don't know how to do this ...
Back To School – How to Improve Your Child’s Posture
Recently, taking a little look around, I’m shocked by the postures I am seeing in our youth. Do your kids have mobile phones and tablets? How many hours a day do they spend using them?
Increased Risk of Fall Begins at 40! | Posture Doctor
You can determine how good your balance is by measuring the length of time that you can stand on one leg. The following table shows the average balance time by age group in a study conducted...
Advanced Cat Camel Exercise for One-Sided Low Back Pain
The advanced cat camel posture exercise targets the muscles in your flanks. This stretch is tough to co-ordinate when you first begin, but it feels absolutely wonderful and really helps people who experience any one-sided...
Driving Posture – Best Driving Exercise for Round Shoulders
Driving for long hours and holding the steering wheel causes the shoulders to round forward. This simple car stretch will help you fix your round shoulder posture.
5 Fitness Ideas to Create an Amazing Body
Embrace your fatness. What ever you do this year, please do not take on the goal of weight loss. When losing weight is the goal, you are declaring that your body is not good enough...
40 is the New 60 – Fit or Flop?
80 is the New 70. I wish I could say that my generation is following in their footsteps, but sadly we are not. 40 is definitely NOT the new 30!