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MOM WASRIGHT… IT’STIME to QUITSLOUCHING!  The Following are 10 Back Saving Tips You’ve Never Heard Before.Integrate Them I...
#3. The “Bridge Stretch” on an Exercise BallConstant slouching shortens your abdominal wall, which draws your spine forwar...
#6. The “Tie Your Shoes” StretchCommon contributors to body misalignment are chronically tight ITBands. These are the toug...
#9. The “Draw Bridge” Method of Carrying Heavy ObjectsMost people know to "bend at the knees & not the back" when lifting ...
* RISK FREE TRIAL: As stated on our websites, the risk free trial allows you to purchase the BODY-ALINE risk free for 30 d...
3. Specific Disclaimer:You should not act on the basis of anything contained in this E-book, without first obtaining speci...
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10 Easy to use back saving tips to help reduce or eliminate back pain and to aid in posture correction. Back pain is the second most common reason for a doctor visit next to the common cold. Simple tips like these can help improve your posture, prevent back pain, and keep you out of the doctors office.

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  1. 1. The World’s First Back Strengthening & Posture Correction Exercise Machine. Beyond the Curve LLC (BODY-ALINE) 180 South Western Ave (Suite #180) Carpentersville, IL 60110 www.improveposturenow.com www.bodyaline.com 888-901-4616 Copyright 2013. Beyond the Curve™ LLC. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. MOM WASRIGHT… IT’STIME to QUITSLOUCHING! The Following are 10 Back Saving Tips You’ve Never Heard Before.Integrate Them Into Your Daily Life & You Will See & Feel a Difference!#1. Elevate Your Computer MonitorLooking down at your computer screen causes "Forward-Head"posture. Use your computer time to reinforce good posture byelevating your screen to eye level or slightly above. A firm stablesurface such as large book(s), a milk crate encased in a towel orfabric (for decorative purposes) or a store bought computermonitor stand (shown in picture) will easily support your monitor& help you maintain the natural “S” curve in your neck. Now youcan restore good posture while working on the computer insteadof ruining it. Enjoy!#2. The “After Shower” Towel Stretch Constant slouching tightens your chest & shoulder muscles, which draw your spine forward. Stretch these muscles after a hot shower by grasping the ends of your towel & placing it behind your head as shown. Then pull the towel with each hand to stretch each side. You should feel a nice stretch toward the front of your shoulders (between your shoulders & chest). Don’t over do it. You should not feel undue pain or discomfort with this stretch. If you do, don’t pull so hard. Copyright 2013. Beyond the Curve™ LLC. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. #3. The “Bridge Stretch” on an Exercise BallConstant slouching shortens your abdominal wall, which draws your spine forward. Stretchthese muscles by carefully lying over the top of an exercise ball with your feet apart & palms flaton the floor as shown (if you have trouble balancing, use a wall or person to stabilize your feet).Gently roll the ball back & forth (just a few inches) to stretch. As the ball rolls, maintain yourbalance. If it’s uncomfortable, then attempt the movement with palms slightly off the floor.#4. Use Your Body Evenly During Daily ActivitiesHumans are creatures of habit. We tend to do the same things, in theexact same way, all the time. For example, do you always hold your cellphone to your right ear? It may not seem like much but a lifetime of thesame repetitive motion can create muscle imbalances that ruin spinalalignment. Your body has two sides, so use them equally. In otherwords, don’t do the exact same thing in the exact same way all the time.It may be challenging at first but stick with it & youll feel the difference.- Alternate hands when using your cell phone.- Alternate hands that grip the steering wheel while driving.- Alternate the left-hand/right-hand placement of your computer mouse.- When doing repetitive tasks at work or home, switch hands frequently.- If youre always carrying a child or purse on one side of your body, switch sides.#5. Stretch Your Neck on the Corner of Your BedTo maintain the natural S curve in your neck, simply lie onyour back over the corner of your bed. Position the base ofyour neck directly on the corner (as shown) then relax &breathe into the stretch. With each exhalation, you shouldbecome more relaxed & feel progressive stretching in thefront of your neck. As your neck muscles loosen, your headwill tilt further & further back. As this occurs, relax furtherinto the stretch by loosening your jaw (opening your mouth).Hold this stretch for just a few minutes at first then stop thesession. As you become more comfortable, gradually addmore time per stretching session up to 15 minutes. Copyright 2013. Beyond the Curve™ LLC. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. #6. The “Tie Your Shoes” StretchCommon contributors to body misalignment are chronically tight ITBands. These are the tough fibers that run along the outside of eachleg. IT bands are chronically tight on almost anyone who has apostural issue. A simple stretch can be done whenever tying yourshoes. While sitting, place one leg over the other as shown. Thenpress down on top of your knee to feel the stretch toward the outsideof your hip joint. Reverse leg positions & repeat. If it’s too painful thenease off the downward pressure that’s being applied with your hand.#7. Periodically Lie on Your StomachWhen watching TV, reading, using your laptop or playing video games, periodically lie on yourstomach. Although this position may be uncomfortable at first, it has tremendous benefits.Notice the alignment of your spine in this position: an exaggerated rearward curve. Over time,this form of stretching & "passive exercise" helps maintain the natural curve in your spine. Youcan also try the “Cobra Stretch” as shown (picture lower right). Ease into the Cobra…#8. Neck Exercises Against the Headrest of YourCarRestore the natural “S” curve to your neck by exercising themuscles in the back of your neck that help keep your headupright. While sitting in traffic (but NOT while driving), positionyour head in the neutral position as shown (top picture). Thenpress the back of your head directly into the headrest 10-15 timesas shown (bottom picture), then rest. Your head should only bemoving about an inch for each thrust along an imaginary parallelline. The cushion of the headrest provides sufficient tension forthe exercise. This movement is very slight, but you should feel aburn in the muscles in the back of your neck. If the car next toyou notices what you’re doing, gently look at them & smile. :) Copyright 2013. Beyond the Curve™ LLC. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. #9. The “Draw Bridge” Method of Carrying Heavy ObjectsMost people know to "bend at the knees & not the back" when lifting heavy objects but how areyou supposed to carry the object? Instead of hugging it close to your chest & slumping forwardas shown (picture lower left), try this method: start by forming your hands into a "C" shape (likea clamp) & position them along the edges of the object while maintaining firm fixed tension inyour hands. Dont squeeze your hands; just keep them tense enough to maintain the “C” andcontrol the object. Next, with your hands "clamped" and affixed securely along the edges of theobject, slowly relax your arms at the elbow, which causes them to straighten like the cables of adrawbridge. At this time, trust your upper bodys natural reaction to lean back slightly as yourarms straighten in front you. Your upper body does this in order to counter-balance the weightin front; let it because this reinforces good posture. Then, while leaning back slightly, contractyour lower back muscles & walk slowly to carry the load with head tilted up. This method assures good upright posture to prevent injury & allows you to carry heavier loads for longer distances w/ less fatigue.#10. Use the BODY-ALINE!The BODY-ALINE is the worlds firstback strengthening & posturecorrection exercise machine.Now, in just minutes a day, 3-4times per week, you can strengthenyour back & realign your spine in 1easy motion w/out changing clothes or breaking a sweat. Just have a seat, hold onto the grips,lean back & rotate your arms. Thats it! The BODY-ALINE stretches & strengthens posturalmuscles to realign your spine, while providing a therapeutic back massage. The targetedexercise motion is so effective, you’ll literally stand-up taller every time you use it! Poor postureis not only the proven root cause of most back pain; it makes you look tired, frumpy, old, andaccelerates the symptoms of: arthritis, osteoporosis, carpal tunnel and chronic fatigue. In short,using the BODY-ALINE for just a few minutes a day is one of the most cost & time effectiveinvestments you can make for your overall health. Click on the links below to get started! START YOUR RISK FREE 30-DAY TRIAL TODAY!* www.improveposturenow.com www.bodyaline.com Copyright 2013. Beyond the Curve™ LLC. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. * RISK FREE TRIAL: As stated on our websites, the risk free trial allows you to purchase the BODY-ALINE risk free for 30 daysand if you’re not satisfied, you may return it within 30 days of its arrival date for a full refund on your payment and wellreimburse you for the cost of return shipping. This is the best offer in back and posture care today! Most back care & posturecorrection products offer a risk free trial where you pay return shipping. Thats not risk free! Were the ONLY company thatstands behind our product 100% by paying return shipping if youre not satisfied. We can because it works. Finally… you havenothing to lose but that slouch. NOTE: This outstanding risk free trial offer is active and available on the publish date of this E-book, however, BODY-ALINE reserves the right to change this promotional offer at any time. The most current offer is alwaysreflected on our website. Only active promotional offers (which means offers currently stated on our websites) will be honoredat the time of sale. Disclaimer of LiabilityPlease read the following clauses carefully and completely. By wholly or partially utilizing any information provided in this E-book you are bound by the terms of this disclaimer. You assume all responsibility and risk for the use of the informationcontained in this E-book.If you do not agree with the terms of the disclaimer, you must not utilize any information provided in this E-book.The following clauses apply to you, or to anyone to whom you transmit the information contained in this E-book by any means,including, but not limited to, loan of the site whether intentionally or not, copying, verbal or written transmission or any otherform of transmission.1. Definitions:" E-book " means the e-book entitled and denominated “10 Back Saving Tips You’ve Never Heard Before” and all associatedwebsites."You or your" refers to and means the reader of this E-book."BTC" means Beyond the Curve Limited Liability Corporation.BTC, the owners of this E-book, have used its best efforts and endeavours in preparing material for this E-book to the fullestextent permissible by the law, BTC make no representations, guarantees, undertakings or warranties with respect to theaccuracy, applicability, fitness or completeness of the contents of this E-book. BTC disclaims any warranties (expressed orimplied), merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose of the E-book in any geographical part of the World. BTC shall inno event be held liable for any loss or damages including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages.,BTC has made every effort to provide information that is accurate. Changes in circumstances after publication may affect thecompleteness or accuracy of this information. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the BTC disclaims all liability for anyerrors or omissions contained in this information. It is your responsibility to assess and verify the accuracy, completeness andreliability of the information contained in this E-book, and to seek professional medical advice wherever and whenevernecessary.Nothing contained in this E-book is to be interpreted as a recommendation, representation or warranty to use any therapy, idea,suggestion or information contained in this E-book in any manner whatsoever.Nothing contained in this E-book amounts to an invitation or suggestion to alter or modify in any way any treatment you or anyother person may be receiving or may receive from any professional medical or health care provider.This E-book is made available to you on an "as is" basis. BTC makes no representations or warranties of any kind with respectto this E-book and its contents.2. Limitation of Liability:The use of information contained in this E-book is at your own risk. BTC, its directors, employees, shareholders, agents andother representatives will not, under any circumstances, and in no event, be liable for any injury, loss or damage arising out ofor related to the use or inability to use, the information in this E-book.This limitation of liability includes, but is not limited to, compensatory, direct, indirect or consequential damages, or any loss ordamages whatsoever or howsoever resulting from injury, loss of income or profits, whether in an action of contract, negligenceor other tortious action, arising or occurring to you or any third party in connection with accessing this E-book and /or itscontents. Copyright 2013. Beyond the Curve™ LLC. All rights reserved.
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