Many of us have some of our biggest challenges with the body when we are sitting. Especially when we are sitting in poor positions that are often one-side dominant…
So how are we supposed to sit, to reduce the impacts on our bodies? In our video of the week we break it all down!
But, I hate to say this, and yet I will- no matter how good our posture is there isn’t a good position where we should expect to be seated hours on end, and still feel good. The human body was not designed to be sedentary for long periods of time.
The body complains when joints stay in certain compressed, &/or asymmetrical positions; which in turn can often lead to nerve channel impingements. As well as lack of movement brings about poor hydration to your various tissues; this gets them matted together, gunky, sticky, and altogether not good.
So if you tend to be seated throughout your day, here are some simple tips that make a HUGE difference with how your body feels and performs by the end of your day:
- Set An Alarm/Reminder to: Get up every 30 – 60 minutes
- Do 5-10 Squat: Simply sit down and stand up :).
- Stand Tall and Stretch Your Arms Tall: Intertwine your fingers, and reach as high as you can!
Yet, we do have to sit sometimes right? So when we do, what puts us in the best position to stay healthy and tips to mitigate sorenesses? That is what we cover in this week’s video, feel free to check it out below.
How to Sit without Pain!Whether driving, sitting at our desk, or sitting on the couch, this position often causes us so much discomfort 😖Well, these tips and tricks we use with our clients can help you solve this problem!If you’d like some specific 1 on 1 help we’d love to connect with you for FREE, here is a link to our calendar to schedule your 1st of 2 free consultation calls with us:Https://go.oncehub.com/hbrcall
Posted by Health By Ratio by Madison Doubroff on Thursday, August 27, 2020
Lastly, if you’d like some specific 1 on 1 help we’d love to connect with you for FREE, here is a link to our calendar to schedule your 1st of 2 free consultation calls with us: https://go.oncehub.com/hbrcall