Hot New Wellness Trend – Power in Your Posture App

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How many times have you finished a long day of work with grueling back-pain from poor posture?

Well, you’re not alone.

80% of us will experience back pain at some point in our lives, and the number one reason for that is poor posture, according to the American Chiropractic Association. The truth is, our bodies were not designed to sit all day and slouch over our computers and smart-phones.

In a sedentary instant, slouching became an accepted epidemic. But it shouldn’t be.

We shouldn’t have to pick between sitting, and sitting right. We can combine the two. Posture is everywhere, and for good reason. Having good posture has many benefits including

  • Less body aches and back pain
  • Feel and look good
  • Build a stronger core
  • Breathe better
  • Reduce stress
  • Quality of life improves

 

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Well, companies like UPRIGHT are setting out to make the world a straighter, taller place. With advances in technology, in 2016 we will see more people focusing on their posture.

Posture is the foundation of our health and wellness. Being upright touches almost every aspect of our lives, from our appearance to our productivity and even our mood. The new tool to help you achieve excellent posture gives accurate real-time feedback which enables us to change behavioural habits in an extremely short period of time. Getting rid of slouching just became fast and seamless.

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UpRight comfortably attaches to your lower back with a hypo-allergenic adhesive and gently vibrates every time you slouch.

How it works

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  1. CONNECT TO THE APP

Get started by connecting UPRIGHT to the app on your mobile device via Bluetooth. You only need to do this once. Once paired, UPRIGHT will automatically try to link to the last device it connected to (Learn More).

 

 

 

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  1. FOLLOW VIDEO TUTORIALS

The first time you train with UPRIGHT, the app will guide you through an interactive user interface with video tutorials. Follow the tutorials instructions to learn how to properly start training with UPRIGHT.

 

  1. CALIBRATE

UPRIGHT changes location every time it is attached to your back, and your posture changes from day to day. In order to ensure accuracy, you will have to calibrate UPRIGHT each time you attach it to your back.

 

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  1. TRAIN

UPRIGHT trains you in real-time by vibrating every time you slouch. The best way to see results fast is by following your personalized training program and completing your daily goals. Training programs are designed to gradually train your core muscles and build muscle memory.

 

 

  1. TRACK PROGRESS AND ACHIEVE GOALS

Once reaching your daily goal, you’ll see your training summary for that day. You will be able to track your progress and watch your posture improve through a series of charts and training statistics.

To learn more visit http://www.uprightpose.com/blog/

Shannon Kaiser

Shannon Kaiser is the Wellness Coach and Travel Editor for Healing Lifestyles & Spas.

She is best-selling author of three books about happiness, including Find Your Happy and Adventures for Your Soul. She appears regularly as a happiness expert on AM Northwest and Huff Post Live, and was named among the “Top 100 Women to Watch in Wellness” by the Mind Body Green. Shannon's the founder of Playwiththeworld.com, an award-winning self-help and personal development website. She's an author, international life coach, teacher, travel writer and inspirational speaker who left her job in advertising several years ago to follow her heart and become a writer.

Her work has been recognized in media outlets across the globe such as HuffPost Live, Health Magazine, Australian Vogue, Women’s Health, Spirituality & Health and Entrepreneur magazine. Everything Shannon does is to help you connect to your true self and unapologetically live your authentic purpose.

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