Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Elastic device helps improve your posture


I wouldn't call my work physically demanding. It's not like I'm delivering packages for UPS or making burgers and fries at McDonald's. But my body does pay a price for sitting at my desk, hunched over my computer keyboard for large chunks of the day. Some people call it "Tech Hunch."

Whatever you call my bad posture, my back complains with a some occasional aches and pains. That's why I was intrigued when I ran across a product called the Posture Transformer, a device that's designed to ergonomically lift and strengthen posture.

According to it's creators, the Posture Transformer is based on the science of elastic resistance. The device straps to your back and shoulders and gently pulls your spine into a straighter alignment.

The Posture Transformer can be worn while you're sitting or while you're standing, walking to doing daily activities. The potential payoff includes relief of back, shoulder and neck strain, better breathing and improved appearance.

To get a closer look at the Posture Transformer, or to order one for $99.95, check out the Perfectore website.


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