Every woman seems to have a goal in mind for their backside. Standing and engaging your postural muscles has a waist-slimming effect. The added benefit to this, better spine alignment and all the health benefits of increased neural and blood flow. But who cares about the health benefits, people are going to be asking your trainer for "That Butt," and pointing at you.
I know, the head and neck are not the most glamorous body parts to train. Getting nice legs or a toned tummy is often what motivates people to work out. But I attended a lecture that reinforced how the placement of the head and neck is an important, though often ignored, element of posture.
If you tend to slouch while sitting at your desk or the dinner table, maybe it's time to pay attention to your posture. "An hour workout can’t possibly undo the other 23 hours in a day when you are o...
Gentlemen, if you're the type to make New Year's resolutions, make 2013 the year you take five simple steps to improve your image and make a better impression in the world. Without spending extra money, you can sharpen your image by following these simple steps, making for a more confident and memorable 2013.
Hey you, stop slouching. We all know that good posture is important — our parents and teachers have been drilling this idea in our heads since we were children. But bad habits easily become our daily...
We've all been told at some point in our lives to "stand up straight!" -- likely during a family picture, a graduation ceremony or some other authority-figure dictated event. But as it turns out, tha...