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Stand up straight mister!

April 19, 2006

Mom was right once again…

Keep your shoulders back…your head up…and your feet straight and you’ll start to notice the difference right away. It’s so simple but I promise you it works!

Most people have no idea that their posture – or the way they carry themselves goes hand in hand with their overall good health.

When you walk or stand with your body slouched – shoulders slumped forward and your head down it makes breathing from your diaphragm very difficult. The results are:

One of my secrets to recharge my batteries when my butt starts to drag is to simply assume a more energetic stance.

I exaggerate my posture by standing as erect as possible – and instantly I feel a surge of energy run through my whole body. It’s sort of like letting your whole body take a deep breath.

Try it right now -- imagine you have a rope tied to the top of your head that’s attached to the ceiling. Keep your shoulders back…feet pointed straight ahead…and your head up.

This will not only increases the flow of oxygen through your entire body – but it also sends a message to your subconscious that you are full of life and ready for action.

And believe me your body will respond accordingly!

Aside from the health benefits of having good posture it’s also much more attractive to the opposite sex. Girls especially…

When you stand properly it sends a message to every one that sees you, that you’re strong – confident – and full of life.

This is very attractive to women – and rightfully so! Nobody responds to a guy that’s slumped over looking at the floor. It just looks sad…

So come on – head back and chin up! I guarantee you’ll thanks me for it…


Stay healthy,

Doc Darville

[Ed. Note: Doc Darville is a police officer and certified personal trainer who specializes in training senior citizens to become healthier, stronger, and more flexible, no matter their age. To learn more about Doc’s specialized workout program follow this link now: 60 going on 20.]

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