Daniel Raz Testimonials

Daniel Raz Testimonials



If you spend more than 6 hours a day at a computer and experience back pain, neck pain, or headaches, chance are, you have poor posture. Here’s how to fix it:

Whether we are typing, driving, writing, on our phone, or just doing daily activities, we spend lots of time hunched over. The key to improving your posture is to naturally have your hips, shoulders, neck, and head all in a vertical line. Here’s how to easily accomplish this:

1. Use a standing desk Having a standing or adjustable desk allows you to have the screen at eye level rather than down, preventing neck strain. Even when using your phone, constantly remind yourself to look straight, not down. Also, this burns more calories!

2. Stretch your chest Almost everyone’s chest muscles are extremely tight, causing them to naturally hunch over. Hold the wall/doorway and lean forward. Hold this stretch for 20 seconds at least 3 times throughout the day.

3. Strengthen your back Weak back = bad posture You can do the same motion without a band, and really focus on squeezing your shoulder blades down and towards the middle of your back.

4. Take more stretch breaks Whether you’re sitting, standing, or walking, even if you constantly remind yourself to have an upright posture, sooner or later, you’ll go back to slouching. To avoid this, set alarms in 20–40-minute increments to take a short stretch break.

Do you know anyone with poor posture? If so, retweet this to help them out! Follow me @danielraz_fit for more ways to maximize your health and fitness without going to the gym.

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