According to the Postural Restoration Institute, good posture isn’t just ‘standing up straight’. It is “a reflection of the ‘position’ of many systems that are regulated, determined and created through limited functional patterns. These patterns reflect our ability and inability to breathe, rotate and rest symmetrically.” Flared ribs is one of the many problems that can affect posture.
Working out is difficult for most people to do on a regular basis. The main issue that arises is making time to go to the gym. When you factor in the time it takes to get there, warm up, workout, stretch, cool down, wash up, and get home, it can add up to a good hour or two of your time.
Statistics for ailments like lower back pain are skyrocketing – according to the American Chiropractic Association, 31 million Americans are experiencing lower back pain at any given time. It’s actually one of the most common complaints in doctor offices worldwide.