Identifying Bad Posture - Deepstash

Identifying Bad Posture

  • Poor Posture: Rounded shoulders, slouching, head tilted forward, bent knees, pot belly
  • Good Posture: Straight line from your ear to your shoulder to your hip, balanced and upright posture
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