Exercise to correct poor posture

Bad posture can hinder physical beauty. In addition to congenital and some bad habits, bad posture is also closely related to the weakness of the corresponding muscle strength of the body. Recently, the American “women’s health” magazine published the suggestion of “exercise to correct bad posture” which was put forward by sports experts. It is highly targeted and easy to operate. You may as well have a try.
1. Lean your head forward when walking. Head forward tilt is due to stiff muscles behind the neck and neck. It is recommended to stretch the muscles at the back of the neck and neck, but only move the head and chin down the sternum. Keep your posture and count from 1 to 5. Do it 10 times a day.
2. chest. The chest is mainly caused by sitting for a long time and lying down. It is recommended to lie on the floor or mat, with arms at right angles, fingers open and shoulders pulled back. Keep this posture for 5 seconds, this is a movement, 12 times for a group, complete 2-3 groups every day.
3. Have a good stomach. In fact, the main reason is that the flexor of the hip is too tense. It is recommended to kneel on the left leg, place the right foot in front of the body, and bend the knee. Press forward until you feel a stretch on the left side of your hip. Tighten the left gluteus muscle until a comfortable stretch is created at the front of the hip. Raise the left arm and stretch to the right. Holding posture for 30 seconds is a movement, and the left and right sides of the body do three times respectively.
4. Shrug and shrink your neck. The weak muscle strength from rib to scapula in chest is the main reason for shrugging and necking. It is recommended to sit straight in the chair, with arms straight and drooping, palms down, and hands on the chair. Keep your arms still and push them up. Lift your hips away from your seat and your upper body up. Hold for 5 seconds and complete 1 movement. 12 times for a group of actions, complete 2-3 groups every day.
5. Inside splay feet. Gluteus weakness can lead to internal splay feet. It is recommended to lie on your side, bend your knees to 90 degrees, and keep your heels together. Keep the hip still, raise the upper knee as much as possible. After 5 seconds, return the knee to its original position and complete one movement. 12 times is a group of actions, each side completes 2-3 groups every day.
6. Flat feet. The oblique and hip flexors are too weak, resulting in flat feet. It is recommended that you choose the push up position, with your feet on the steps. Do not sink and bend the back waist, bend the knees, hook the feet forward, and then return to the starting position to complete one action. 6-12 times for a group of actions, complete 2-3 groups every day.

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