Category Archives for Posture

18 Ways to Exercise at Work

18 Ways to Exercise at Work: Smart Approaches to Stay in Shape

With the help of this comprehensive guide to unique exercise tips for when you’re at the office, you’ll not only have more energy at work, but you’ll also be working towards your body goals.

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Understanding Proper Walking Form

In our information age, our range of everyday movement has massively declined. From our twenties on, an inactive, sedentary lifestyle means we lose flexibility, muscle mass and endurance by up to 2% a year. It is accepted that regular exercise improves our resilience to daily stress and improves fitness to prevent and deal with anxiety […]

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How To Fix Posture While Sleeping

After I messed up my posture, sleeping was a real issue. Every position was completely uncomfortable. I thought it was because my mattress was too soft, that my spine wasn’t straight enough in bed. I subsequently went through 3 different mattresses within a year, each one harder than the one before until I was sleeping […]

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How To Improve Posture While Sitting At Work

We are sitting for almost 9 hours a day on average on chairs designed in ancient Egypt which were only used by Pharaohs for short periods of time to be physically above their subjects. Conventional chairs just don’t do us any good.  If you sit at a desk all day, chances are pretty high that […]

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Is physiotherapy a ponzi scheme?

I bought the book How To Become A Supply Leopard by mobility expert Kelly Starrett of Mobility WOD to try and undo all the damage I’ve done to my body from gruelling sports and too many years of working on a laptop. This wasn’t by choice, is was by necessity as it got to the […]

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Exercises for Shoulder Mobility

If you sit at a desk all day, chances are pretty high that you have some kind of back, neck, shoulder or wrist pain. And if not chances are even higher that it’s only a matter of time. The human body is not designed to sit. It’s normal, but it’s definitely not natural. Sitting is the […]

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