I am constantly having to remind myself to improve my posture. When I glance at myself as I walk past a mirror, or as yesterday when I saw myself in a video clip – the first thing I notice is my bad posture. It tends to make me look older and less strong.
Improving our posture is far simpler and initially gives far better results than anything we can do in the gym. All it takes is an idea of how you should be holding yourself. This can be gained from looking at your reflection in the mirror as you walk past or by mindfulness. Often our mind remembers exactly where every body part should be. This can be accessed through mindfulness techniques and something I need to do more often.
Try it for yourself this really works for me and I hope it will for you
As I ask myself all these questions I find my body beginning to improve my posture all on it's own. It really does help some people and I hope it does for you too - you can always let me know what happens here.
Using this mindfulness technique is a longer term method to improve posture. If you need a real quick short term fix that does not need lots of mental or physical effort - there is another way:
Choose to Improve Your Posture With Personal Training
You can use tape - this web site even explains about the merits of Duct tape!