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Your Body's Posture---Get It Corrected, Part 4 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:34pm In the final part(4) of this series, I will detail how to correct postural distortions. Common postural distortions are: 1. Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Postural Distortion - This distortion causes you to have increased lumbar lordosis and an anterior pelvic tilt as shown below. Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip postural distortions are chara ... Read on »
Your Body's Posture---Get It Corrected, Part 1 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:34pm Starting today, I will begin a four part series about your body's posture. For your body to reach optimal strength, flexibility, balance and power, you must correct your postural imbalances and dysfunctions as much as possible. Let's start by talking about correct body posture. I will write about postural imbalances and postural distortion ... Read on »
Body Postures and Health Issues by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Mon 02 May 2011 2:40pm Hey guys!!! I was watching Femina Miss India today (I know I'm late so just felt like catching up). One thing which you notice very soon in these kinds of pageant contests is the carriage of the contestants. They not only talk well and look beautiful but carry themselves pretty well and a major part of that comes with their body postures. Body ... Read on »
Best 10 Body Posture & Eye Care Tips While Using a Computer by Kodjoworkout Posted Wed 04 Jul 2012 11:00am In this highly fast paced world, we always feel the urge to stay connected. Usually we find ourselves in front of computer screens and experience some kind of uneasiness related to our bodies and eyes. Working for longer hours may cause backaches, eye irritation, muscle pain ... Read on »
Your Body's Posture---Get It Corrected, Part 3 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:34pm When the neuromuscular system performs functional activities (body movements) with the least amount of energy and stress on the kinetic chain (human movement system), functional efficiency is achieved. Functional efficiency prevents over-training, injuries and lackluster performance. The kinetic chain can not have functional efficiency when po ... Read on »
Body Posture & Health by Erin W. Posted Mon 15 Oct 2012 10:56am We’ve all heard it over and over again. Stand up straight and have better posture! I’ve been guilty of not having the best posture in my past. This has caused me to have a lot of back issues to deal with. Good posture is important for a healthy back.  According to Cleveland Clinic, good posture involves training your body to stand, walk, si ... Read on »
Strengthening the Rotator Cuff and Improving Upper Body Posture by aerobixqueen Posted Mon 12 Mar 2012 12:43am Strengthening the Rotator Cuff and Improving Upper Body Posture . Great and informative post on strengthening the rotator cuff! Read on »
Body Posture and Cravings by eatnormalnow Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 20 Sep 2013 8:49am Disregulated eaters often find that tips and techniques in managing cravings are as useful as understanding what drives unwanted eating. We know that our mental attitude affects how we feel in our bodies and vice versa, but what about our posture?  Could that affect our emotions and actions around food? Turns out that it might. In “The ... Read on »
Your Body's Posture---Get It Corrected, Part 2 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 19 Mar 2008 6:17pm The cumulative injury cycle and postural distortion patterns are real problems that everyone has to deal with at some point. As was stated in Part 1 of this series, you must correct your postural imbalances and dysfunctions as much as possible to enable your body to reach optimal strength, flexibility, balance and power. I also wrote that if one ... Read on »
Your Body's Posture---Get It Corrected, Part 3 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 20 Mar 2008 3:05pm When the neuromuscular system performs functional activities (body movements) with the least amount of energy and stress on the kinetic chain (human movement system), functional efficiency is achieved. Functional efficiency prevents over-training, injuries and lackluster performance. The kinetic chain can not have functional efficiency when postu ... Read on »