3 ways to help fix your bad posture
The driving force behind bad posture is an imbalance in the muscles identified above, leading to what is known by health professionals as “upper Crossed Syndrome”.
This can be due to years of evolving “tightness and weakness” facilitated by a sedentary lifestyle.
This posture is easily identified as a head leaning forward, rounded shoulders and hunching of the upper back. You may have noticed this trend in yourself or someone else. Unfortunately this posture can lead to a lifetime of neck pain, upper back pain and headaches. Read more…