Good posture improves your appearance and helps you project self-confidence and self-assurance. It is worth achieving just for the aches and pains it may prevent. Unfortunately, for many of us, good posture does not come naturally.
A few common-sense strategies can reduce the likelihood that you will develop this painful condition. Don’t overdo it. Make sure your techniques and posture are correct. And always protect your feet, knees and elbows.
Many Americans see exercise as a fad or chore. But being physically active is natural for humans, as it is for all animals. There are four main elements of fitness, and we need all of them to be truly fit.