With ONE simple exercise – PRONE LIFTS
Over the years we have all had our share of long drives in a car, prolonged sitting at a computer desk, slouching on a sofa, or reading a good book for hours. The posture and position we put our upper bodies in is often the same; slumped over with head forward and with our shoulders rounded. Over time our bodies adapt to this consistent strain, and the muscles in the back of our upper trunk get lengthened and weaker while the chest muscles become tighter and shortened. This exercise from Keelin’s book will help strengthen those weak upper back muscles and improve your posture!