Check Your Posture







  • Look at your ear. If it’s in front of the midpoint of your shoulder, your head is too far forward.
  • If you can see your shoulder blade, your back is too rounded.
  • A large convex curve in your upper back causes you to slump forward.
  • The front of your belt line is lower than the back, and your lower spine is arched significantly due to an anterior pelvic tilt.
  • Look at your shoulders. One shouldn’t appear higher than the other.
  • Your kneecaps point inward, causing your knees to touch when your legs are straightened.
  • Toes point outward more than 10 degrees.