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Most of us likely stopped thinking about our posture after our mothers gave up on telling us to stop slouching. She's certainly not chiding you at your office. (Hopefully.) Yet good posture matters more than ever the older you get, especially when you're sitting down for nearly eight hours every day at work. Good posture is important to balance, which is a vital component to athletic pursuits, and it can also help you stay more focused and productive. Plus, of course, you just look more professional when you're sitting or standing up straight.

You know the why, but what about the how? This posture corrector is how. Completely invisible beneath clothes, this harness straps on and gently provides more support to your shoulders and chest to straighten your back naturally. Start wearing it 20 to 30 minutes per day to get used to the feeling and gradually increase to one to two hours each day. The more you wear it, the more your body will become trained to straighten up and maintain healthy, core-building posture. Eventually, you may be able to forgo the corrector entirely.

Improve your posture and see just how much better you feel. This posture corrector is available for just $19.99 now.

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