Sit Up Straight!
Fixing your posture requires more than standing (or sitting) at attention. That's because common postural issues including lordosis, an excessive dip in the lower back, and kyphosis, commonly called "hunchback" are really symptoms of an underlying issue. Fixing that issue - often nothing more than weak back and core muscles - is critical. " over time, consequence of excessive curvatures in the spine can contribute to back pain, difficultly breathing and nerve pain and numbness throughout the lower body", explains Nicco Zenere a kinesiologist with the trainerize online training app. Integrate these 5 equipment-free exercises into your workout routine to strengthen your back and straighten your back for good.
This exercise strengthens the muscles in your upper back - including the rhomboids, upper,mid and lower trap and rear deltoids to prevent that hunched-over look.