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10 November 2015

Good posture

Good posture. Your body position is fundamental, bad posture has the effect of limiting the flow of oxygen through your body. This means that you are not getting the maximum benefit and waking your body up will be a real struggle. Pay attention to straightening your posture, feet flat on the floor, hold your stomach in and extend up through your spine. These small movements will work wonders and act to relieve tension before you get out and face the day ahead.

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