Posture Book

Leverage Exercise, Habit, and Mindset to Stand and Move Better

A Systematic Approach to Refining Your Posture for Health and Performance

Last time we looked, there were roughly 78 million books about posture on Amazon, so does the world really need one more? Yes, and here's why:

Most posture improvement programs recommend a cookie-cutter list of exercises. To get the best results, you need to understand what's best for you and take a targeted approach.

Even if the exercises do their job, changes are often short-lived. Unless you address your habits and patterns (both physical and mental), you'll always be fighting an uphill battle against the forces that have lead to ineffective posture so far. 

Overcoming Poor Posture is unique in one simple idea: there is no ideal posture

Learning how to change your body's alignment can improve performance, health, and comfort, and this book teaches you how to make the right changes for your personal needs.

About the Authors

Steven Low

Steven Low

Steven is a former gymnast, coach, and the author of Overcoming Gravity. He has spent thousands of hours independently researching the scientific foundations of health, fitness and nutrition. His unique knowledge base enables him to offer numerous insights into practical care for injuries. Steven holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Maryland, College Park, as well as a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Jarlo Ilano

Jarlo Ilano

Jarlo has been a physical therapist (MPT) since 1998 and is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS) with the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He has had extensive postgraduate training in neck and back rehabilitation with an emphasis in manual therapy. He's been teaching martial arts for over 20 years and cofounded GMB Fitness to make strength and skill accessible so anyone can learn to move better and enjoy their lives.

Ready to Get Started?

Overcoming Poor Posture is available in paperback right now, and we're aiming to have a Kindle version ready in early 2018.