You are active and take care of your body, yet you feel like you are falling short of feeling your best. Low energy, grogginess, headaches, neck, back and shoulder pain are some of the problems you may be experiencing. You are not alone, forward head posture is a problem 3 out of every 4 people are suffering from. The medical community is failing to diagnose it and it significantly affects the quality of our lives.
Forward head posture, sometimes called text neck, is causing muscle imbalances and joint misalignments. The chest collapses and closes off, shoulders round forward, the head drops down and forward and the back compensates by curving. This leads to week, unbalanced muscles, joint pain and headaches.
When your upper body and head are pulled forward and your hips and lower back compensate, stress is created on your joints and muscles. Your neck was designed to remain upright and over the center of your thoracic (chest) region. Every inch your head comes forward places 10 pounds of stress on the neck, back, shoulders and spine! Over time this leads to chronic pain.
My name is Dale Greenwald and I know about pain. Through college, I powerlifted competitively and set state and national records. But then I suffered a devastating injury, I broke my back. I knew in order to compete again, I had to be precise with my exercise movements.
I studied Exercise Physiology and Sports Science at the University of Colorado. I created a program that allowed me to rehab my back and continue to train.
After my competitive career, I worked with the University of Colorado Athletic Department where I helped our athletes prevent injuries and train.
I started my exercise physiology and sports training practice in Boulder. I noticed shoulder, back and neck problems in the majority of my patients. I discovered that many of the physical problems were associated with poor posture.
I developed 12 weight-free exercises and range of motion movements to address their poor posture. Over time I refined the movements and discovered it improved their muscles imbalances and dysfunctional posture. The end result was the Daily Dozen Routine.
My patients had great success recovering from joint pain and postural issues performing the Daily Dozen. Through popular demand, I put together this program which you can use to address your health issues!
How can the Daily Dozen, 12 simple weight-free range of motion exercises that take just 12 minutes to complete, help fix and correct dysfunctional posture so effectively?
These 12 movements isolate the smaller muscles, that are often never used and overlooked in most exercise routines.
Yet these are the muscles essential to maintaining good posture. Strengthening these muscles will reset and rebalance the body into proper alignment.
The Daily Dozen are simple, easy to follow precise movements to instantly improve your posture and feel better, giving you more strength and energy.
Dale takes you through each exercise, explaining how to perform the correct movement with proper form and how to avoid the common mistakes he’s seen his patients make.
To get the full benefit of the program, you must commit to performing this 12 minute routine for 30 days. These exercises will likely be challenging at first as you are activating new muscles. Stay with it, it will get easier
If you commit to perform the Daily Dozen for 30 days and don’t feel improvement, we’ll refund your purchase. No questions asked, hassle free money back guarantee!
Active Therapy Professionals Inc.
3550 Frontier Ave Unit D, Boulder, CO 80301