Of course standing up straight makes you look better, but did you also know it can make you feel better? It's time to step away from your keyboard and strengthen your back and core. Here are three stretches that will help you harness the power of good posture.Read Full Story
You don’t have to accept that burning pain in your neck and shoulders, ache in your low back and throbbing headaches as a daily norm. Pain isn’t normal and can often be remedied just by improving your posture. Dr. Beverly Marr, creator of The Soar Method for Perfect Posture, says proper posture will not only help ease your pain, but it can also improve your energy level and even your digestion. Here are five of Dr. Marr’s stretching and strengthening exercises for better posture.Read Full Story
If you're not quite back to your pre-holiday skinny jeans size, it may be time to bring out the heavy artillery. No, not the latest infomercial product like the ones gathering dust in your garage. Just you, gravity and a few of the right moves. Here are four abs exercises that will flatten your tummy and strengthen your core.Read Full Story
Want to know the celebrity secret to looking glamorous on and off camera? It's posture, says Hollywood physical therapist Dr Paul Drew, specifically a red carpet posture. Not all celebrities stand tall -- Katie Holmes, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kirsten Dunst and Mischa Barton are world-class slouchers -- but actresses Salma Hayek, Nicole Kidman, Charlize Theron and Halle Berry stand straight and naturally radiate beauty, grace and confidence. You, too, can have a star-caliber stance. Here are Dr Drew's A-list tips for improving your posture.Read Full Story
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