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1/3/14 7:58 P

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since i started doing yoga and ballroom dance regularly (for 5 years now) people have commented that my posture is much, much better. I would recommend these activities both for men and for women.

Never, never, never give up. - Winston Churchill


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1/3/14 1:15 P

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I notice that the stronger I'm getting, the better my posture is naturally. I've always had terrible posture, but it's slowly improving.



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1/3/14 11:07 A

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I was told once to stand tall and pull in my stomach and then tie a string around my waist and it works. When I get forgetful about remembering to stand tall, I put a string around my waist.



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