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4 Things To Consider Before Buying a Posture Corrector

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What do you need to take into account before getting yourself a posture corrector? This is exactly what I'm covering in this post, so let's get right into it! 1. Your Height Depending on how tall you are, you might need a posture corrector that can adjust to your height. Generally speaking, a taller person should only get a brace that has a buckle that controls the length of the corrector's "back". This is important because a simple shoulder brace will not have it and that can put more stress on your armpits as the straps will be going right...

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Improve Posture While Sitting...Without Doing Much

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How to improve your posture while sitting... without doing much? In this post I cover exactly how you can do it. But...first things first.   Setting You Up To Succeed Before I start suggesting different tools you can use to achieve the goal, I want to explain the reasoning behind. To put it simply, you want to put yourself in the environment that doesn't let you to NOT succeed with your posture. In other words, even if you were to try slouching, the environment wouldn't let you do that. Sounds cool? Here's how to make it happen.   1. Orthopedic...

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3 Things To Take Into Account Before Buying an Orthopedic Seat Cushion

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In this post I want to share the most important things you better take into account if you want to get the best orthopedic chair seat cushion that actually does the job. Let’s dive right into it.   Size When it comes to seat cushions, size matters. A typical cushion’s length is around 16” (or 40.6 cm) and that’s the good to start with size. It would typically “cover” an average user…so to speak. However, if you are a bigger guy or girl, you might want to look for something that would fit you better. Even though there are definitely...

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