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Slouching and having bad posture are common problems among
tweens and teens, but there are definitely things you can do to straighten
up. Besides being conscious of how
you’re sitting or standing and correcting bad alignment, try doing a wall
exercise. Just stand against a
wall with your shoulders pressed back, chin held high, and your tailbone tucked
in. If you do this exercise 10
times every day, your posture is guaranteed to improve.
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