Good posture

Maintaining perfect posture requires minimal energy and effort, posture training is often left out from training plans. Its important to maintain good posture throughout life, it helps with everyday fitness and jobs, gardening, running, dancing or cleaning. Good posture controls our balance, balance controls our bodies ability to carry, jump, walk, push, bend and reach!

If you have a bad posture you are more pron to back injury, back pain, falls, accidents and osteoarthritis.This is why posture should be the first and most important training to implement into you exercise plan.

A personal trainer will look at your posture first before writing any plan or looking at any exercise program!

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