Posture Medic developed a 6 week program to guide you towards better posture. You will learn how to stretch those tight muscles in your chest, neck and back. This increases your range of motion by loosening tight muscles, thus allowing you to straighten your back. Our strengthening exercises specifically target the muscles in your neck and back that help you maintain proper posture. These back and neck muscles are often overlooked when working out and are underutilized due to our poor posture.
Throughout your busy day, you often end up slouching or hunching over without realizing it. This compresses your spine and tightens your chest and neck. Your upper back ends up weaker because it’s not engaged properly. And where does all this lead? Poor posture! And sometimes to pain. Posture Medic helps stabilize your posture by holding your shoulders further back and reminding you to “straighten up”. Wear the Posture Medic to help you develop the habit of straightening your back and shoulders. And you can do this without missing a beat!
Original versus Plus Strength
The Posture Medic Plus Strength is designed for users who are more athletically active. The Plus Strength utilizes a proportionally heavier resistance band compared to the Original. This provides highly athletic and stronger individuals with a proper stretch and enough resistance to effectively stabilise their posture. The Plus Strength offers greater resistance when completing our exercise program so that they can also strengthen their back and neck muscles. All other product features are the same for both strengths.
Most users will find that the Original Strength provides an excellent workout and stretch for their posture.
To choose the correct Posture Medic for you:
- Select the Strength (Original or Plus) based on your strength.
- Select the correct size below.
— 75% of the population should begin with the Original Strength before advancing to the Plus Strength.
— Obese individuals may require the Plus Strength regardless of activity level to support bulk in the chest area.