Showing You How to Achieve Correct Posture!

So you’re here because you want to know how you can achieve correct posture.

This website is dedicated to just that.

My aim is to help you and as many other people as possible by showing you some of the easiest ways in which to reduce and even eliminate aches and pains that are potentially caused by having poor posture.

Click Here To Start Improving Your Posture

Having posture problems can often be quite troublesome, causing you to deal with various pains throughout your body.

How often are you complaining of an ache somewhere in your body?

Maybe it’s your neck, potentially caused by forward head posture, or your back, perhaps caused by either hunch back or sway back.

Then there’s knowing how you can actually achieve correct posture so those aches and pains stop occurring and don’t come back.

That’s why here at Get Correct Posture I’m only interested in providing you with advice that you will actually find helpful, the kind of stuff that actually works, all in one place. 

Having correct posture will not only make you look more confident but you will actually feel more confident too!

So how can Get Correct Posture help you?

The aim here is to help you improve on postural problems that could be the cause for the aches and pains that seem as if they come out of nowhere.

The truth is, these aches and pains don’t come out of nowhere and could very well be your posture causing them.

It doesn’t matter if you suffer with back pain and are looking to straighten up your back or perhaps you have shoulder pain or limited shoulder mobility and so you then you might want to look at trying to fix your shoulder posture, there’s something for everyone here.

Here’s a list of the most important pages:

All of the exercises I have included here at Get Correct Posture are all able to be performed within the comfort of your own home or even out in your garden if you would prefer!

I only want to show you the exercises that everyone will be able to perform without too many limitations, if any at all, and those that will actually help you to achieve your goal of having correct posture.


Easy to Follow Advice

Each of the pages listed above are easy to follow so you can absorb the information more efficiently. Each of the guides contain exercises that are laid out step by step which you can use to help you gain correct posture. You can get started on the correct-posture-101 page.

Then There’s the Get Correct Posture blog

This is where you will find even more advice such as the 10 Minute Posture Workout, or these expert suggested exercises for better posture I’ll also be posting more tips, stories and ways having correct posture will benefit you out in the real world such as how correct posture helps succeed at interviews.

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There’s certainly no magic cure for bad posture but there are products that can help or assist you in achieving correct posture, I’ll only recommend the best of those, the last thing I want to do is waste your time, time is precious after all.

Why is having correct posture important anyway?

crumbling house
You don’t want to end up like this pile of mess

Think of your posture as if it were an everyday brick and mortar house, your posture being the complete house.

Now if one of the walls wasn’t aligned correctly or was damaged in some way then it would be considered weak, it’s not going to be able to support the rest of the house, the rafters holding the floors up, the roof etc, as it should.

With this wall not performing to its maximum potential, the surrounding walls suffer with increased pressure on them.

Your body is the same, if you have poor posture this can cause any one of your muscles to stop working as it should, or stop working all together in some cases.

The surrounding muscles will then have to take on the extra work load to support you. If not corrected this can lead to a life of aches and pain.

Here’s just some of the top reasons why having correct posture is important. As you can see from this short list, everyone can benefit from having correct posture.

  • Your body parts will be in the best position to allow for your bones to be used most effectively, if you suffer from any form of arthritis such as osteoarthritis you’ll know how important this is.
  • Your muscles won’t have to perform as hard as they would if you had bad posture. With your muscles performing as they should you minimize the risk of muscular related injury.
  • You will suffer less aches and pains associated with having bad posture, such as:
    • Aches, pains or stiffness in your hips (caused by having forward tilting hips, common in people who sit down often and not stretching often enough, this resulting in tight hip flexors)
    • Lower back pain (caused by having an exaggerated arch in your lower back, again sitting down too often can cause this)
    • Aching or stiff shoulders (caused by having hunched or rounded shoulders)
    • Pain or stiffness down the back of your neck (caused by having forward head posture, if you have correct posture your ears should align with your shoulders)

This infographic shows some other reasons good posture is important to your health.

With just these few reasons in mind, you can see just how much having correct posture really will be of benefit to you. Think about it, don’t we all owe it to ourselves to eliminate all of these problems from our daily lives to live a happier, healthier and more pain free lifestyle by just making a few changes to our bodies?

Get started on the correct-posture-101 page to learn what correct posture really is and learn how you can improve yours, starting today!

Yours Faithfully

Sean Yaxley


P.S. All of the guides here at Get Correct Posture are FREE, I want to help as many people as I can achieve correct posture and I never plan on charging anyone for the information and guides I provide here. Trust me, I’ve suffered with bad posture and all the hassle that comes with it, I don’t want the same for you.

P.P.S. If you’re having any doubts about finally doing something about correcting your posture, just scroll up this page and remind yourself of some of the reasons why having correct posture is so important.