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A demonstration is the most obvious way to teach something of this nature, and you didn't once show what the "walking" would actually look like when put into practice. Otherwise, the rest of the info seemed to be useful.
Example in the video is obviously an exaggeration. But about 90% of people swing their arms in front of their bodies (sideways) when they walk. I’ll bet that if you start looking for it, you will see it everywhere!
Correct it with the position you sleep in....You spent hours unconsciously making that bad posture... you should expect to spend hours correcting it unconsciously,..as you relax...like during the hours of the sleep time..take the pillow out from behind your head and put it under your thighs,,,which gives your legs enough bend to TAKE any PRESSURE OFF YOUR BACK and it keeps you from constantly moving. And if you snore ...then tape your mouth shut with a single piece of weak tape up/down on center of mouth ...or by a chin strap....this puts your tongue in the correct position forcing your to breathe correctly...thought your nose ...yes that is all you really need for sleep apnea ...not a dumass c-pape machine some dumass doctor told you need (because he stock in the company that makes them.
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Wow thanks.. that worked 🙉.. growing up into a yng women. i was self-conscious & nervous about walking right..my brothers told me stay relaxed.. i was never relaxed walking in public.. 🙊"dont be switching your butt, dont put your head in the air like that. ect walking. i wasn't comfortable walking around people except when doing busy working.. work was my distractor..so wonder i'm not cripple today🙏🏾 and raised by my dad.. thank you.. let me walk to benefit me🙋🏾
thanks so much for all this!
I want to share with you an exercise a chiropractor described: to slowly walk backwards (safely). One thing I see it does is emphasis the importance of that heel contact and weight-bearing you described :)
For anyone with low back pain, this way of walking is not good. The shoulders-back, chest open actually puts more strain on the lumbar region. Slightly tucking the upper ribs and engaging the entire front of the torso centers bodyweight over the pelvis and legs, lessening stress on the lower back.
I would agree that tucking the ribs is essential for good alignment, but. It should be done in addition to an open chest. I have a whole video about chest posture also and would agree that puffing out the ribs is unhealthy for the lower back.
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