5 Best Ways to Improve Your Posture

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Want to improve your posture? Here are some simple things you can do. Having bad posture can cause pain in your neck, shoulders, back, and our whole body.

First is a chin tuck. This is a great way to not only strengthen your neck muscles, but also correct your posture. Second is a scapular or shoulder squeeze. This helps strengthen the thoracic muscles and help prevent your shoulders from rolling forward.

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The fourth method is a row. Using a resistive band will help strengthen the thoracic muscles even more when you are ready. Finally a chest or pectoralis stretch is a great way to open up your chest and help prevent your shoulders from rolling forward.

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