The Power of Posture E-Book | Functional PatternsPoor posture is of itself, not pathology. Young tissues spring back unharmed but older thinner tissues lack that flexibility. Over the long-term the body uses excess energy to hold you in these awkward positions. Muscle imbalances suggest there are joint motion restrictions, muscle excursion limitations and inability to activate muscles in the most efficient sequence. Adverse response to these stresses increases over time, as supportive muscle groups lengthen and weaken and the opposite muscle groups shorten. Now that we are living longer than decades ago, poor posture can become significant. As the posterior posture muscles then weaken more strain results and it becomes harder for you to bring your body back to an upright position.
e-book The Proper Paddler - Posture & Body Mechanics for Kayakers
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A guide to help you manage pain and improve functional movement. Are you in pain and uncertain on how to manage it? You might want to check your posture. Posture is quite possibly the most underrated yet most influential aspect of health and pain management. Posture is the foundation of efficiency the human body must have if we expect to live pain free. No physical products will be shipped. The body itself is a completely interdependent system, so if our posture is misaligned it is quite likely something is going to give out at one point or the other.
The Proper Paddler: Posture & Body Mechanics
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