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Posture Pain: Key Strategies to Stay Pain Free at Your Desk and in Life

Narrated by: Jason R. Gray
Length: 54 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Decrease your pain while at your desk: Do you dread going to work at your desk because you feel pain every day? Every day people struggle through pain at their desk due to poor posture. Most often, this is due to poor workspace setup and bad habits that are learned over time. They grind through the day with aches and pains that affect their productivity and life. The antidote is fixing posture. 

The simplest way to fixing your posture is by modifying your work habits - specifically with this book, Posture Pain: Key Strategies to Stay Pain Free at Your Desk and in Life.

Modify your work space: With this guide you will be able to evaluate your work desk with a clinically-proven systematic approach to place your body in a more ideal alignment throughout the day. 

Learn postures that prevent pain: Posture Pain gives you the keys necessary to evaluate your own posture and correct it. It goes in-depth on optimal posture and gives easy-to-understand cues to help prevent going into bad posture. 

Maintenance is key: This book will outline in-depth specific exercises to help maintain correct posture during the day. These exercises include posture-specific stretching and strengthening exercises to help your body adapt to having a more correct posture. All exercises can be done at your desk without additional equipment and without compromising your productivity. 

Create better habits: Simple changes can be implemented in no time. In Posture Pain you will discover how to apply these postures when in everyday situations. 

Get started today with Posture Pain: Key Strategies to Stay Pain Free at Your Desk and in Life.

Take that first step today to staying posture pain free. To get started, scroll to the top of the page and get this audiobook now.

©2018 Nicholas Gallo (P)2018 Nicholas Gallo

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Posture problems

I currently work as a Technical Support Analyst and I am stuck at my desk for majority of the day. When I started having problems with my back problems I was pointed to this book and it has helped me immensely. Also The Author Nicholas Gallo isn't just well verse with posture related pains. I was given advice on stretches and exercises on my knee. The man is a wealth of a knowledge. A definite good read/listen!

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Good book. To the point.

Gets to the point without any fluff. Teaches you what ergonomics is and why it’s important and then establishes techniques that I put into practice immediately.

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Start making some simple changes to prevent and al

As someone who regularly sit on my desk to do work at home and travel around for business and pleasure, I find this book to be very helpful; I was immediately able to put some of the prevention and pain alleviating practices as I listened to this audiobook during my very long flight to Taiwan for my cousins wedding.

I really like the author’s focus on the phrase “Prevention is key”, as the culture nowadays in the US too focused on treatment rather than long term prevention and health preserving practices. The more effort we put in early to follow some of these simple steps to keep our back, legs, and other body part’s healthy, the less likely well experience chronic pains associated with them.

A lot of these pain relieving are new to me so I started practicing them immediately, per the authors suggestion, and I can already a lot of reliefs from my very active life; the lower body related stretches really help alleviate the stress and soreness I feel from my daily 4-5 mile runs!

Overall, it has been an enjoyable listen, and I really like how the author weave in some humors and quotable statements that we can relate to. Kudos!