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Age: Younghealth tip for good posture

Issue: Forward head from constantly looking at cell phone or tablet. 

Ways to Correct Bad Posture: 

  • Side to side neck stretches
  • Back rows with a band
  • Chest opening stretches
  • Chin tucks
  • Looking up and down
  • Back arching stretches

Age: Professional Agehealth tip for good posture

Issue: Rounded shoulders and tight hip flexors from sitting at a desk. 

Ways to Correct Bad Posture:

  • Stand up!
  • Back rows
  • Chest opening stretches
  • Side bends
  • Torso twist
  • Leg swings front and back
  • Plank
  • Seated cobra (arch back)

Age: Elderlyhealth tip for good posture

Issue: Fall Risk.  Forward head, rounded shoulders, and lordosis of low spine due to weakness.

Ways to Correct Bad Posture:

  • Side to side neck stretches
  • Wall slides with arms
  • Shoulder rolls
  • Chest opening stretches
  • Back rows
  • Abdominal tightening exercises
  • Side bends
  • Torso twists
  • Balance exercises
  • Walking with head up and shoulders back

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