Learn how to fix bad back posture by doing this 10-minute daily exercise routine.
Bad back posture is becoming more and more prominent with large portions of the population spending more time sitting down or in a sedentary state.
But, if you’re committed to health and fitness, bad back posture is something you’ll want to address so it doesn’t affect your training and daily life.
Try these corrective exercises and learn how to fix bad back posture with the video below.
How to fix bad back posture
- Wall slides: 3 sets of 8 reps
- Prone Y’s: 3 sets of 8 reps
- Foam Roller for T Spine: ∼ 3-5 minutes
- Shoulder Dislocates: 15-20 reps
Perform this routine daily, it should take about 10 minutes. Remember to also correct your posture throughout the day whenever you feel yourself hunching.
Frequency and consistency are the most important factors in fixing bad back posture!