The Perfect Workout To Improve Your Posture

Suitcase Carry

How to: Stand with your feet together, your arm by your side, a kettlebell in your left hand, and your right hand on your hip. Step forward a little bit while using your abs.

Bird-Dog Row

How to: Place all fours on an elevated surface (such as a bench or ottoman) with knees below hips and wrists under shoulders. With your left hand, hold a weight.

Kettlebell Swing

Method: Begin in a hinge position with your hips back, knees slightly bent, and torso leaned forward at a 45-degree angle. Hold a weight in both hands and extend your arms straight toward the floor

Side Plank

How to: Begin by lying on your side with both legs outstretched and your right forearm flat on the floor with your elbow beneath your shoulder. (Feet can be stacked one on top of the other for added challenge, or staggered for greater stability.)

Plank Shoulder Tap with Jack

How to: Assume a plank position, placing your hands directly beneath your shoulders. While hopping feet out past shoulders, maintain your core engaged and tap your right shoulder with your left hand.


How to: Begin by reclining back with your legs lifted and bent at a 90-degree angle (shins parallel to the floor, knees above hips). Maintain your low back pressed into the floor, brace your core

Bent-Over Row

How to: Take hold of a set of weights and place your feet shoulder-width apart, bending your knees slightly. With your arms hanging straight from your shoulders and your palms facing your body


How to: Begin by lying on your stomach with your arms bent 90 degrees, your forearms on the floor and your elbows parallel to your shoulders. Stretch your legs straight out and place your tops on the mat.