Poor posture can do far more than just make someone look hunchbacked. It can lead to a number of physical issues such as back pain. One of the many well known joint pain facts is that poor posture is often responsible for causing it.. Fortunately, this is something that can be mend.

There are a number of great exercises that help  improve your  posture and with an  improved posture, many people feel  relief from things like joint pain and the symptoms associated with common types of arthritis.

Much research has shown that a routine of posture-focused exercises can work wonders at reducing the pain associated with a variety of ailments. Activities such as this, in tandem with weight loss regimens, are the perfect combination for holistically combating a variety of ailments. Products like BioSlim, designed to work with the body’s natural processes to aid in weight loss, are powerful additions to one’s proverbial arsenal as well. These products help people lose weight which is highly important for those suffering from a number of pain-generating ailments. What are four exercises that could help improve your posture?

The Roll Up

This is a modified version of a sit up often used in Pilates and Yoga routines. This  not only strengthens the core, but also  stretches and lengthens the muscles in the back which aids in posture. To do this activity, lie of the floor on your back and roll yourself into a sitting position, with your legs extended, as slow as possible.

Roll up YogaThe “Crossover”

As with the other exercises noted here, this works a number of core muscles to help strengthen them To do this, lie on the floor on your back and bring your knees into the chest. Slowly extend one leg while rotating the opposite side of your body towards it. Slowly come back to center and switch sides.

leg crossoverSingle Leg Extension

This is a simple exercise that offers a wide number of benefits; it promotes good posture, it strengthens your core and, as a bonus, it works your quads. This exercise requires you to lie on the floor, bring your knees into your chest and while engaging the stomach muscles, extend one leg into the air at a vertical angle. Bring your leg back to your chest and repeat.

Single Leg ExtensionThe Plank

This static exercise aids in improving your posture by strengthening the core, as well as the shoulders and back. To properly do this move, begin on your hands and knees. Slowly, assume the position you would be in at the “apex” of a push up and hold that position for as long as possible. Keep your stomach muscles engaged to maintain a completely straight line from your shoulders to your ankles; this tip is absolutely important to avoid any back injuries! For beginners, try maintaining the form for 20 – 30 seconds. . As you become stronger, you can gradually increase the seconds.


Not maintaining proper posture can cause an array  of different problems, especially when combined with being overweight. In addition to weight loss efforts, there are a number of targeted exercises that help you to strengthen your core and back muscles which, in turn, will help make proper posture easier to maintain. Many who regularly do these exercises report a significant improvement in the level of back pain they endure.

Last words..

Adding these four easy moves to your regularly exercise regimen will pay dividends. Even people who suffer from arthritis and joint pain could  see a dramatic improvement of their symptoms by improving their posture and core strength through targeted exercise. As with any physical regime, it is important to talk with your doctor before beginning this routine to make sure that you are not putting yourself at risk for further injury or complication.

Author Bio:
Kathy Mitchell was born and raised in the USA. She has done MA in English literature. She is contributing to consumer health digest, which is a leading health news platform. Get connect with her on Facebook and twitter.

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