If you don’t balance, you fall down! Our bodies would fall forward without muscles pulling us back. We’re unconsciously using our muscles reflexively to balance when we sit, stand, sleep, or work.
You may think your head is aligned over your torso and pelvis in good posture, but if you can’t lean comfortably against a wall with each zone touching the wall, then something is out of line.
When people spend most of their lives sitting, over time their physical bent over posture starts to feel normal. Better posture means better alignment, with head, torso and pelvis stacked in a line over your feet.
Using stairs is an opportunity for a posture exercise break. The key to maximum core muscle benefit is keeping upright, with head over hips.
Having good posture is more than that moment in time captured when having a picture taken, it’s about how your body is moving throughout life.
Posture is how you balance your body, which starts with your feet, the foundation of your posture.
Tech, texting and computing have made posture the new major public health issue. Prevent neck pain, backaches, and other postural bio-mechanical problems by using tech intelligently.