Good Posture for Strong Muscles
Posture-related muscle weakness and rigidity can develop as you get older.
Poor posture can affect your balance, strength, and flexibility and lead to chronic pain.
There are many exercises that can help to improve your posture. Not surprisingly yoga is good for improving your posture, it seems to be good for everything!
Tai Chi is also good for you. You want to strengthen your upper body, arms, back, and abdomen to help hold your torso erect.
Get in the habit of checking your posture at all times, no matter what you’re doing, but especially when you are eating, at the computer, driving, standing in a line to checkout or buy something.
Check your posture at various times of day until you find that you are doing it naturally and don’t need to adjust yourself anymore.