“Triggers” Create Perfect Posture Without Exercise

“Triggers” Create Perfect Posture Without Exercise


30 comments on ““Triggers” Create Perfect Posture Without Exercise

  1. Jenny Sok Post author

    This was great. I'm sending it to my work email to review on Monday at my desk. I'll find triggers for good posture at the office.

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  2. Repent and follow Jesus Christ Post author

    Repent and follow Jesus Christ is the only way to escape hell fire, bob n brad won't warn you… probably because they only want your money

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  3. Pamela Rickers Post author

    One thing I have done when driving is to set the rear view mirror so that I have to stretch up slightly in order to see in it.

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  4. Chrissie Hopkins Post author

    The chin tucks and the posture checks have improved how I look, it amazing. My trigger is sitting at the computer and I do the 'Gumby arms' and some chin tucks every so often, also my sciatica pain in my right leg is better as I have been mindful of the herniated disks in my back by doing that swinging back and forth exercise with bent legs. You boys are my heroes, thanks so much! xxx

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  5. MrSimonj1970 Post author

    You guys saved me from an impingement surgery with your hanging information – THANK YOU!! It's 90% better after 5 months of daily hanging.

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  6. Jake Cohen Post author

    i WAS WATCHING KPOP BEFORE SO i ended up singing along to the intro like a kpop song (;´д`)ゞ(っ °Д °;)っ( *^-^)ρ(*╯^╰)

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  7. Ruth M Post author

    I do think these kind of visual triggers work. I know if ever I see someone with bad forward head posture, or curved back, I immediately correct myself. I often find when I am putting eye or face cream on I see myself in the mirror, shoulders are far forward! So immediately I roll them back, chin in etc. There are others, but they are really are worth thinking about.

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  8. Firebird 7479 Post author

    Chiropractor I saw is trying to get me to put the roundness in my upper back. Said my posture is too straight. The opposite of what you're telling us to do. Osteopath also told me that your head should NEVER touch the head rest.

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  9. Zeldephryn Post author

    Another great video.
    Bob said you have a lot of splaining to do Brad.
    This is what is called a Mandela Effect.
    Even though we all remember Ricky saying this to Lucy it was never actually said in this timeline.
    Everyone is affected…
    From Forrest Gump saying, "Life WAS like a box of chocolates."
    The changes in the KJV bible, like "The WOLF lying with the lamb" and wineskins was never in the KJV bible it has always been wine bottles.

    To the kidneys being in the upper abdomen protected by the rib cage and never being in the lower back region.
    We are ALL Mandela effected.

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  10. We Are The Strange Post author

    I'm a part of a rollerderby team and posture is super important. I also happened to have a team mate named Gumby! (Derby name) she can now by my trigger. I'll check my posture at practice whenever I see her 😊🖤

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