Bad Posture – How to Fix Rounded Back Desk Posture



Here’s a video of me showing you how to correct a kyphotic desk posture. Likely the most commonly known variation of “bad posture” deals with a rounding of the thoracic spine (mid back). Kyphosis is very common in today’s world.

Since so many are seated for extended periods, the body makes associations to the pattern of flexing the spine forward. This can happen directly because of how you sit, or it can be influenced by factors relating to an anterior pelvic shift. Either way, there’s still a lot of kyphosis going around in the world and it must be addressed if we expect to start moving better and pain free.

Hope you guys enjoy this tutorial. Please share it with anyone who has this problem.


One Comment

  1. Dillion Brendon December 7, 2016 at 1:00 pm - Reply

    Hello, This is really a great video. Thanks for showing how to fix rounded back desk posture. It is useful for me because I work from home and sitting in front of computer for more than 8 hours a day. Thank you for creating this video!

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