Sun 28 Oct 2007
Good posture has a positive effect on your flexibility
Slouching puts considerable stresses on your body. It puts your body out of alignment and shortens muscles that should be lengthened and supple.
These tightened muscles make it harder to maintain correct posture and so the cycle goes on.
Check your posture by standing with your feet apart hip wide, your kness soft and your arms relaxed. Your shoulders should be back and down, your navel pulled in towards your spine and your pelvis straight. Imagine that you are being lengthened through the crown of your head.
That's your perfect posture. With SHOULDERS BACK you don't have to have to consciously adjust your posture, it gently does it automatically for you.