Posture: Top 4 Websites For Core Exercises

By Dr Ken Nakamura+

Sitting Posture: Core Exercises To Help Your Posture: Toronto Downtown Chiropractor

How is your posture today? 

 

Have you been told you need to improve your posture or need core exercises?

 

Have you tried to sit in a ideal posture in the morning and within a few minutes your posture had reverted back to normal? It might be due to a need for core exercises.

 

While I have my articles on posture which are:

 

 

This week I reveal the top 4 websites for core exercises to help your posture.

 

 

  • Get To Your Core: Dr. Steve Hoffman is one of the top core exercise guys out there if you want to improve posture. Sometimes he gets in too deep but if you watch all the way through and pay attention it is worth the time spent.

 

  • Stengthcamp:  Elliot Hulse owns a  strength training YouTube Channel. He’s truthful, knowledgeable, coarse and vulgar. His earthen common guy appeal is what I love about his site. Not for those who are easily offended but if you want great insight into posture, strength training, holistic  health & mind body stuff, then Elliot is the man for you.

 

  • Fitness Blender: Daniel & Kelli a husband and wife team bring you great workouts that are simple,  quick and complete. The posture video I have linked to is safe for the beginner to do, but too easy for the intermediate. If you need to improve your posture workout and don’t know where to start. Start at Fitness Blender.

 

  • SukiBaxter: Suki Baxter is a Rolfer, Massage Therapist and Kettlebell Coach. She takes a unique approach to core exercises and posture. She believes that strengthening the body from the inside out will help your posture and help your pains.

 

I was trying to find the top 10 sites that were excellent, based on following criteria.

 

  • Excellent Information
  • Enjoyable to read or watch
  • Well written or videotaped.
  • The website is not selling posture related items digitally or otherwise

 

There are a lot of blogs on core exercises and posture but there isn’t a lot of accurate information out there. So here you have the four best websites that I could find.

 

Tell us what you think in the comments below and like us on Facebook. This Toronto Downtown Chiropractor will answer all questions in the comments section.

 


Author

Dr Ken Nakamura

Who is Dr. Ken? I’m a father, spouse, chiropractor, and I love what I do! I created Bodi Empowerment to bring you and everyone-else safe and effective methods for self-treatment by basing my articles on research to everything I can. Still many parts will be based on 18 years of experience, seminars, and collaboration with other health experts; which means you will get opinions as well. Sometimes my articles won’t agree with what is currently accepted, but I am not here to please everyone. I’m here to empower you through the knowledge that I give you. Dr. Ken works at Rebalance Sports Medicine in downtown, Toronto.

6 Responses to Posture: Top 4 Websites For Core Exercises
  • Josephine B says:
    February 20, 2016 at 3:33 am

    i like ths informative website about how we learn on our own to manage and relieve pain

    • Dr Ken Nakamura says:
      February 20, 2016 at 11:54 am

      You are welcome Josephine. Hope that helps your low back posture.

  • Wendy Owen says:
    April 4, 2015 at 10:34 am

    Thank you for this excellent blog and for the links on this page Dr Ken. I have a slight issue with the Cobra exercise. I did it once and developed severe sciatica which went away after a while. I can do the Sphinx without problems. I am a website developer which means hours of sitting at the computer which I know is bad. I try to keep an arch in my back but my muscles get very tired after a while. I’m going to try your exercises on the other page. thanks again for all you do.

    • Dr Ken Nakamura says:
      April 7, 2015 at 3:49 am

      Thanks for your question Wendy. Sound like you either have stenosis or a disc herniation that is quite large or an anterior disc herniation.

      You can buy yourself a lumbar support roll which will help you keep the arch in your lower back. A rolled up towel that is secured on either end with tape or elastic bands will do as a temporary fix.

      Hope that helps your lower back pain.

  • Akpandah Ackah says:
    November 15, 2014 at 11:26 pm

    Yov have done a great job. God bless u.

    • Dr Ken Nakamura says:
      November 16, 2014 at 10:36 am

      Thanks for your appreciation Akpandah.

      Hope you have been helped with your posture.

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