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Online Entrepreneur Fitness: Improve You Posture

Poor Posture? Weight Of The World On Your Shoulders?

Good posture is essential for desk bound workers. If you are slouching or leaning on one arm at the desk you need to practice this exercise.

Yes, the mirror is screaming out to me about my terrible posture too.

Rhomboid Stretch

If you are like I was, you won’t have any idea where your rhomboid is.

Turns out the rhomboid is the muscle between your shoulder blades.

Now work it baby!

Stand against a wall with heels, bottom, shoulders and head touching. Squeeze your shoulder blades tightly together. Your shoulders should draw back opening up the chest. Hold for 1 minute, rest and repeat.

Improve Your Posture By Stretching Your Rhomboid

This exercise is great for strengthening the rhomboid. It will help you hold great posture without having to remind yourself to pull your shoulders back.

Another great idea is to sit on a fit ball at your desk; it will strengthen your core as well as improving your posture. You can pick them up cheap from sports stores as well as discount shops.

Do you need to improve your posture? Do you use a fit ball at your desk?


Disclaimer: Neither Freya Price or Peter Tcheng will be responsible or liable for any injury sustained while exercising/stretching at your home, gym or elsewhere. Consult a doctor before starting any exercise/stretching program.

About Freya Price Peter Tcheng

Freya Price and Peter Tcheng each have Certificate IV in Personal Training through the Australian Institute of Fitness. They enjoy Crossfit, a combination of strength and power training with cardiovascular conditioning. It's SUPER intense! Peter trained soldiers for a number of years, conditioning them to deal with the rigors of the army. Freya has a Diploma of Remedial Massage. They love to train clients in functional fitness, with exercises prescribed to strengthen and increase endurance in muscle groups that are used in everyday life.

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