After Pregnancy Exercise

After Pregnancy Exercise

The Standard of Good Posture

When we moved the center line backward, we noticed that people with good posture touched the line at four points: back of heels, buttocks, shoulder blades, and back of head. People with the worst posture, on the other hand, touch at only one point: the buttocks. From this, we got the idea to establish a Standard of Good Posture based on simply standing against a wall.

Degrees of Good Posture

To measure your posture, stand naturally while backing up against a wall, and raise your arms above your head with your elbows locked (Figure 2.18).

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• Poor: Only your heels and buttocks touch the wall.

• Fair: Only your heels, buttocks, and shoulder blades touch the wall.

• Good: Your heels, buttocks, shoulder blades, and back of head touch the wall.

Very Good: Your heels, buttocks, shoulder blades, and back of head touch the wall, and your raised arms above your head touch the wall with the back of your hands.

Excellent: Your heels, buttocks, shoulder blades, and back of head touch the wall, and your raised arms above your head touch the wall with the back of your hands and your elbows.

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