Fitworks Perfect Posture® Evaluation

1. Stand with your back against a wall. Make sure your heels, butt, upper back all touch the wall at the same time. If your head falls forward and does not touch the wall, you have a forward head. Neck muscles get tight and sore, sometimes hands cold and numb.

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Forward Head Program

2. Stand with your back against a wall. Make sure your heels and upper back all touch the wall at the same time. If your butt does not touch the wall, you have a hunch back. You could feel pressure on your sternum and a flat chest. Pressure deep in the upper back.

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Hunch Back Program

3. Stand with your back against a wall. Make sure your heels, butt, upper back all touch the wall at the same time. If the back of your shoulders is not touching the wall, you have rolled shoulders. Chest muscles are tight, sore muscles deep in the shoulder, looking in a mirror, do you see mostly the tops of your hands?

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Rolled Shoulders Program

4. Lay face down, head straight, arms to your sides. Have a friend look at your upper right side of your back. Is it larger than the upper left side? Is the lower right side of your back larger than the lower left side? The taller muscle is stronger. It is contracting more, could be tight and sore.
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Curvature C R Program

5. Lay face down, head straight, arms to your sides. Have a friend look at your upper left side of your back. Is it larger than the upper right side? Is the lower left side of your back larger than the lower right side?The taller muscle is stronger. It is contracting more, could be tight and sore.

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Curvature C L Program

6. Lay face down, head straight, arms to your sides. Have a friend look at your upper right side of your back. Is it larger than the upper left side? Is the lower left side of your back larger than the lower right side? The taller muscle is stronger. It is contracting more, could be tight and sore.

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Curvature S RL Program

7. Lay face down, head straight, arms to your sides. Have a friend look at your upper left side of your back. Is it larger than the upper right side? Is the lower right side of your back larger than the lower left side? The taller muscle is stronger. It is contracting more, could be tight and sore.

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Curvature S LR Program

8. SORE SPOTS: Right, left or both butt muscles? The side of hip, low back? Inner thigh, sciatica down the back of your leg? Are muscles tighter in one leg more than the other leg? Does it hurt to sit on a hard surface? Has your doctor told you one leg is shorter than the other?

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S I Joint, Sitting on Tailbone Program

9. Stand with your back against a wall. Make sure your heels, butt, upper back all touch the wall at the same time. Can you fit your hand between your low back and the wall? Muscle tight, sore in your low back. The perfect curve in your low back is 1 inch deep.

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Sway Back Program

10. Stand with your back against a wall. Make sure your heels, butt, upper back all touch the wall at the same time. Does your entire low back touch the wall with no curve at all? Front leg muscles, tight. You have “no butt”. The perfect curve in your low back is 1 inch deep.

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Flat Back Program

11. While standing, with your knees touching, look down at your ankles. Is there a space between your ankles? Knee pain. Perfect knees = ankles touching and 1⁄2 inch between knees.

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Knocked Knees Program

12. While standing, with your ankles touching, look down at your knees. Is there a space between your knees? Knee pain. Perfect knees = ankles touching and 1⁄2 inch between knees.

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Bowed Legs Program

13. While standing, look down at your feet. Are one or both feet going outward? (Like a duck) Left? Right? Stand on one foot, does that ankle fall inward? Left? Right? Are you flat-footed?Tight, sore muscles on the bottom of your feet

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Outward Feet, Fallen Arch Program

14. While standing, look down at your feet.
Are one or both feet going inward? (Like a pigeon) Left? Right?
Stand on one foot, does the ankle fall outward? Left? Right?
Look at the bottom heel of your shoes. Are they worn out more on the outer edge?
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Inward Feet, Weak Ankles Program

15. Are your muscles generally stiff and sore?
Trouble touching your toes?
Trouble sitting with your legs crossed?
Trouble sitting and rotating your body 90 degrees to the left and to the right?
Did you answer yes to any of the questions above and purchase any programs?

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Flexibility Program

Products by Perform Better to Help You With Your Workout

Fitworks Perfect Posture recommends the harness for those who have gripping issues (carpal tunnel, for example) or for those who want to take their hands and arms out of the exercise and focus more on the muscle groups the exercise is intended for.

Fitworks Perfect Posture highly recommends the yellow exercise band to properly correct posture issues.