Sunday, February 1, 2009


The two-second trick: sitting up straight. The moment you slump, your belly protrudes. Unfortunately, people who spend eight hours a day hunched over a computer keyboard can weaken their bodies to the point where it’s actually hard to do anything but slouch. Those muscles can become atrophied from disuse. To improve your posture, you need to strengthen the upper back muscles that hold your spine straight. Do these simple and speedy moves twice a day.
>Back extension – lie face down with your feet together and your toes pointed. The palms of your hands should be on the floor, just in front of your shoulders. Lift your chin and gently rise up onto your forearms. Hold for 20 to 30 seconds.
>Chest opener – sitting on the edge of a chair, roll your shoulders back, swing your arms toward the rear of the chair, and gently squeeze your shoulder blades together. Hold for 10 to 20 seconds.

1 comment:

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