I have recently seen a few clients who have been struggling with some elements of the fitness classes. I wanted to identify what was causing the difficulty and offer help and advice so that they could get the most from their efforts.
Without exception each person I saw had poor posture. The article I am posting is long but set out well so you can pick out the paragraphs that might relate to you personally. We all know posture is important but I think everyone will learn something from this and hopefully be able to make some adjustments and become healthier, fitter and ultimately happier!
Now that you can’t wait to read more, click on the text below for the full article.
Posture ranks right up at the top of the list when you are talking about good health. It is as important as eating right, exercising, getting a good night’s sleep and avoiding potentially harmful substances like alcohol, drugs and tobacco. Good posture is a way of doing things with more energy, less stress and fatigue. Without good posture, you can’t really be physically fit.