Josh Pitzalis

If you work at a computer all day, improving your posture is about more than just sitting up straight. Remembering to correct your bad posture will help, but it won't solve the problem. Forcing yourself to maintain good posture will be uncomfortable, it will feel awkward, and you will eventually give up.

Effective postural development is based on learning how to regain flexibility, restore your natural alignment, and maintain muscular balance. There are many ways to do this. Different approaches to therapy emphasize different elements of the process, all providing the same basic solution: Stretching out short muscles, strengthening weak muscles, and then re-educating yourself on how to move well.

This blog will explore the concept of movement re-education and teach people who work at a computer all day how to improve their posture over the long term.

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