Support Your Core

Poor posture can affect your health in many negative ways. In fact, studies have linked it to depression, constipation and sluggish circulation in the lower extremities. Poor posture can even have an impact on your day-to-day work life as slouching in an ill-fitting chair can slow down productivity and predispose you to repetitive injuries. To counter poor posture, you need to strengthen your core. The following exercises have been shown to provide the greatest positive impact in building up the postural muscles in your core and lower back.

Cat / Camel

Cross / Crawl


Side Bridge