Over the last few days, I have sent you some emails, each containing a part of our Posture Course. I have included a link below, together with a summary of each video.
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Power of Habits to Numb that Pain🤬
I created this video to empower you with habits that command your space, cultivate adaptability, and enhance your leadership potential. Join me on this enjoyable and helpful journey of self-improvement and personal growth.
🤡😖Which to solve first: Slouching or Backpain?
In the video, you will be introduced to a self-assessment method to determine your level of flexibility. Additionally, detailed instructions are provided for a warm-up exercise involving twelve movements across the x, y, and z axes. Dr. Paula Moore then demonstrates the "chin tuck" exercise, which, when consistently practiced, can aid in correcting forward head posture.
🎥💤 Just how flexible are you not?
Discover the most effective secret for correcting slouch-back posture, which can often be the root cause of back pain. Get ready to stand tall and exude undeniable attractiveness with this powerful solution.
🎥💤1 Lazy Tip to Improve Posture
In addressing the topic of being our own worst critics, especially when it comes to our appearance, it's important to acknowledge the frustration and impatience that can arise. While good posture and lasting results take time to develop, it's understandable that lack of immediate progress or dealing with pain can make it challenging to stay motivated. To emphasize the significance of trusting our bodies even during discomfort, a bonus video has been created to provide further support:
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