How to Fix Your Posture With 3 Simple Positions

I know you’ve caught yourself reminding yourself to straighten up. The age, work, and lifestyle take away your body. Your natural position is to be straight up, right?
When you force it to another position, the posture finds a new position when it feels comfortable.
Suddenly, the natural position becomes uncomfortable as your stance drastically changes.
When you try to flatten your back, as you are doing right now to test it, you are feeling some strange pain working against your will.
That’s the muscles on your back that needs some improvements.
It’s time to get your natural posture back by exercising and forcing your body to these three positions that will help you on the way.
How to Fix Your Posture With 3 Simple Positions


The back muscles are those in charge to keep your body into the correct position. You have a lot of work to do, especially if you are keeping the same desk job you have.
Friendly advice: replace your chair with a Pilates ball. That’s the right approach if you want to fix the posture.
Now, check this workout that will improve your posture:
That’s not all. You need to combine this workout with the correct positions.
Let’s see what they are:


The ideal standing position should look like this:
  • Point your feet straight ahead
  • Straighten up your spine and try not to lean on either side
  • Align your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders and ears
  • Can you feel your weight perfectly distributed across both legs and feet?
  • Relax your shoulders and keep them at their natural position
  • Keep the chest perpendicular to the ground
It’s hard to get it at first, but if you practice it and remind yourself of it, you are going to get there fast.
Practice make perfect.
How to Fix Your Posture With 3 Simple Positions
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The ideal sitting position should look like this:
  • The feet are flat on the ground and point straight ahead.
  • Flex your hips at 90 degrees
  • Align your ears, shoulders, and hips
  • Distribute your body weight evenly on the glutes
  • Keep the head straight and not tilted up or down
  • Relax your shoulders and keep them in their natural position


The ideal lying position should look like this:
  • Lying on the side with slightly bend hips and knees
  • The ankles, knees, hips, and shoulders are stacked directly above the opposite side
  • Align your ears, shoulders, hips and ankles
  • Place one pillow under the head, another between the arms and third between the knees
  • Alternate the sides frequently
The pillows will give the balance and support you need during the sleeping session. After you get used to it, you’ll feel that you don’t need the pillows anymore.
Remember that everything takes time. It’s not a one-time thing to fix things.
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