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Our posture is the position in which we hold our body. There is an ideal posture, which allows an even distribution of weight in the spine. Ideal posture allows for better general health, better sports performance, and reduced chance of injury.
The ideal posture would be standing straight, with an imaginary line running from the top of the head through to the area of the foot just in front of the heel. The spine should be almost straight, curved out slightly to the back behind the shoulders.
If we hold our-self in the wrong posture for extended periods of time we will find our body will tighten to that position. This causes strain, and can be a difficult habit to break. It will reduce our mobility.
Improve Your Posture:
- When standing of sitting lift the sternum, the front of your chest, so you head neck and shoulders sit comfortably. This should not require too much muscle effort.
- Perform a few stretches, leaning back and pushing your midsection forward while pulling your shoulders and neck back. Do this while kneeling.
- General exercise that builds muscle will make good posture easier. Try squats, dead lifts, lunges, running.
- De -stressing will help posture. Massage helps here, as does meditation.
- Keep the weight off, so you don’t have to spend so much effort holding up the weight.
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