Posture PT prides itself on being the best fitness training company in Florida. Not only does it customize the experience for each and every customer, but it also utilizes the latest in posture technology: Posture Screen and Lean Screen. They quickly and efficiently evaluate the posture and movement of patients while prescribing corrective exercises to combat poor posture and estimate body fat percentage.
At Posture PT we understand that every person is different, so every exercise plan should be different too. Specific exercises work better for certain body types. All exercise plans begin with training for better posture since it is the foundation of all other exercises. Without correct posture and balance throughout the body, one risks a higher chance of injury and decrease in overall results.
Fitness Training Involves:
- Aerobic and cardiovascular exercises the improve overall condition of the head and circulation system.
- Weight reduction, one of the most popular fitness programs
Muscle building and toning fitness training program to improve overall body structure.
- Strength training programs to strengthen muscles and bones for support
Flexibility and agility training to expand muscle range and ease joints to prevent injury.
What to Expect
Postural deficiencies can be identified first by determining between a functional or structural posture. Someone who has a functional posture is able to change their posture by regularly stretching and completing exercises provided by Posture PT. Structural posture, however, cannot be changed, but can be stabilized through easy-to-do routines provided by our posture training experts.
Common Muscle Imbalance Syndromes
Upper Cross Syndrome (UCS) – muscles in the shoulder and neck region are unbalanced and is commonly found among individuals who work at a desk or spend a large portion of their day sitting. Common indicators of this muscle imbalance are holding the head in a forward position with elevated and protracted shoulders.
Lower Crossed Syndrome – abdominal muscles and the gluteus maximus become weaker as hip flexors and other muscles become tighter. This syndrome affects muscles in the lower region of the body due to Western society becoming more sedentary and the prevalence of sitting for large periods of time.