Thread: Exercises for improving posture
7/20/2007 4:51pm, #41
Like when you go to take a piss first thing in the morning and your junk falls right in the toilet splashing toilet water all over the place? **** i hate it when that happens.
7/20/2007 4:58pm, #42Originally Posted by Neildo
(or have a very tall toilet)Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices.
7/20/2007 5:05pm, #43
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7/20/2007 5:06pm, #44
Incidently, i think this is why my posture is bad. It's difficult to walk around with what appears to be a boa constrictor in your pants, so i have an odd swagger. Screwed up my low back.
edit: Macho, i share your pain. i closed a car door on it once, that was pretty horrible.
7/20/2007 5:38pm, #45
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Yoga can be a great method for improving posture. Lots of people simply don't get much back-bending in everyday life, and we tend to round forwards. Poses from yoga that may be helpful:
I don't have the traditional names for'em offhand, but here's a handy link:
7/21/2007 12:06pm, #46
Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices.
7/22/2007 5:57am, #47Originally Posted by meataxe
7/22/2007 7:10am, #48Originally Posted by conceited
All that stuff is bodyweight, and core related. Good for the lower back, and has helped me a lot in the past. I can't think of anything at the moment that would really do anything for slouching at the upper back. It's a stretch, but tossing a towel over a door and doing pullups would do a little.
7/22/2007 7:42am, #49
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Making sure that your pecs are well stretched should help keep your shoulders back.