Dynamic Posture

Here’s a really cool video that my friend Dan and I created to help you with your posture.

This is more than just looking better—Dan actually helped me clear some nervous system blockages that interfere with energy.

So, no my body has a lot more energy…PLUS let’s not forget that your nervous system controls fat burning. 

The better your posture, the better your fat burning… so watch and enjoy!

Jon

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14 Responses to “Dynamic Posture”

  1. KC says:

    Hi there. I watched the video. Standing: What if one wears heels, like at work? Do you do the rocking in stocking feet or keep the heels on? How is it different with heels vs flat feet?

    • Jon Benson says:

      KC, do the exercise with flat feet, for sure. My wife is telling that it’s also important to stretch your calves when you wear heels a lot. The yoga posture “downward dog” is good, but it’s not practical at work. Stepping and stretching on a step would be. Just a few minutes total will help.

  2. Antonio Carlos Vieira Filho says:

    Always good stuff coming from you,Master Jon!!
    Thanks a lot…
    Any idea when you release “Fit over 40″ 2.0??!!
    Eating my nails of anxiety,hehehe.
    Good afternoon and God bless!
    Antonio

  3. Vicki Angove says:

    Loved the how to sit video. Can you do one for short people. Many times my feet do not fully touch the ground. As you said, chairs are not designed properly and I’m in so many meetings day in and out. What can I do for comfort and posture!

    • Jon Benson says:

      Vicki, great point — I would suggest contacting Dan and asking him about the height issue. It definitely should be addressed, and hopefully I can do another video in the near future about it.

  4. Laura says:

    This was really interesting and very valuable. Thank you so much for this.

  5. Jessie says:

    Absolutely brilliant – thank you both so much! All those finishing classes probably knew this but has been lost.

  6. Laiyen says:

    I really enjoyed watching this clip. I did the simple exercises as I watched and it really did make a lot of difference. I suffer from neck aches quite a bit because my job involves sitting at my desk working on my laptop. I sit for over 8 hours a day and even more sometimes especially when I have deadlines. Thank you for sharing this video clip.

  7. C Bradley Hindle says:

    Very interesting. I am a long haul truck driver so a massive amount of my day is spent sitting. The leg positions you demonstrate seem to work in a chair but not very practical while driving. Any suggestions?

    • Jon Benson says:

      Great question. I’d suggest putting something under one leg IF it’s safe to do so in order to elevate the hamstring of that leg. Then during rest stops do the sitting technique with the other leg. Again, safety first, and I don’t know the layout of a long haul truck to speak intelligently about it. All I know is that when I can use cruise control and I’m driving on fairly open freeways, I’ll pop one leg up by putting a thick book under my left foot. Thanks!

  8. sarah says:

    hi there great video and tips for a good posture,by the way can i request something i am an 35 year old 175 cm n 86kg overweight indian female with a 6 yr old son post delivery gained weight and now suffer from postural kyphosis and exaggerated lumbar lordosis or straightening although i am an md obs and gyn doctor i am presently in circumstances where i cant seek professional help other than yours hence i request you to put up more videos on d topic so i can combat d problem i have too muchpain all the time in my lower back and between my shoulder blades all d time even during sleep though i have an ortho mattress i am afraid of being mocked as a hunchback please help me

  9. Alice says:

    Just learning the posture video was totally worth it, thank you!

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