posture

Everyone has their opinion on the right way to run—it can be confusing to know who to believe.
The most important muscle in your body is one you probably have never thought about.
Gym etiquette is clear: Get off your cell phone, dingus. People who spend time on their cell phones never get a truly effective workout. Don't believe that? You can't argue with science.
Instead of medication or surgery, wouldn't it be easier to spend a few months practicing yoga to try to improve the pain naturally, before choosing more invasive alternatives for back pain?
Your body is never truly static, so why worry so much about a static position?
The press, push press, push jerk, snatch, and overhead squat all require a specific level of shoulder mobility before you should perform them under any significant load.
You can listen to music, but most other cell phone activities have physical repercussions.
Implants can affect the body's physiological systems in unexpected, negative ways.
Invest in your health at the office to be a more productive and creative member of your team.
There's more to good posture than simply standing up straight.
If your everyday posture is head down with your feet turned out like a duck, it shouldn't be a surprise that you run that way.
Sitting is the mortal enemy of health, and posture is its first victim. Reverse the damage you've already done.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
Here's a comprehensive guide on five exercises to bring your posture back into healthy, pain-free alignment.
If this is your posture when standing for long periods, here's how to correct yourself before it's too late.
After being in a wheelchair for almost a year, I realized my problem was a simple alignment issue. Once this was corrected, my pain was gone.
Research and common sense reveal the truth: anterior pelvic tilt has nothing to do with sitting, or lordosis, or a tight psoas.