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Gamer guide to a healthy career
Power-Up Posture is a PDF including posture education plus exercises and stretches to correct and improve your posture.
Correct Your Imbalances
Why Power-Up Posture?
An exercise and stretch program designed to counter the ill-effects of prolonged sitting—more specifically—the ill-effects of prolonged sitting with poor posture.
Sitting for extended periods of time puts your body in an unfavorable position. In response, some muscles will become hypertonic (tight). Other muscles will become inhibited (weak).
Fortunately, Power-Up Posture is a comprehensive program to stretch and relax hypertonic muscles and to stimulate activation and strengthening of inhibited muscles.
Through participation of this program, you can effectively prevent these muscular imbalances and reduce pain associated with prolonged sitting and poor posture.
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Common ailments associated with poor posture
Upper crossed syndrome
Upper crossed syndrome is a postural condition that develops over time in the region of the shoulders and upper back, and the muscular imbalance creates potential risk to other structures throughout this region.
Lower crossed syndrome
Lower crossed syndrome is a postural condition that develops over time in the region of the hips and lower back, and the muscular imbalance creates potential risk to other structures throughout this region.
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is one of the most common conditions in gamers that affects the region of the lower back. It is generally easy to manage, but SI joint dysfunction may lead to other aches and pains throughout the body including the feet, knees, hips, or spine.
Piriformis syndrome (sciatica)
Sciatica is the name for pain patterns caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve—most notably in the back of the thigh and leg. The sciatic nerve is most often irritated by the piriformis muscle, a hip muscle that exits the pelvis through the same opening as the sciatic nerve.
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Although the nerve or artery impingement occurs at the shoulder level, common symptoms include pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness of any part of the arm including the wrist, hand, and fingers. This condition is often associated with upper crossed syndrome.
Spending many hours in front of the screen can lead to headaches. Most commonly, gamers will suffer from tension-type headaches. These headaches result from poor posture, eye strain, stress, lack of sleep, fatigue, or poor diet.
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