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Self Check

How do you stack up? Do a Posture Check Using Any Digital Camera.

  • Take 3 pictures of yourself: from the front, back, and side.
  • Stand tall with what feels like your “Best Posture” (Don't look in a mirror!).
  • Print the pictures, one to a page.
  • Place a dot between your feet on front and back images, and on your ankle in the side view. 
  • Fold each paper in half vertically, neatly at the dot.

That's it! Now let's read the results...


  • The two halves of your body should be the same. 
  • Is your head and/or torso off to one side?
  • Are your arms are hanging differently with one further from your body than the other, or one hand is lower than the other?
  • Are your hips lower on one side, or further from center on one side?
  • If so, your posture is not symmetrical!


  • The line from your ankle should pass through your shoulder and ear. 
  • If your head is far forward of that line, you may have a posture distortion called Forward Head Posture (FHP)
  • Is the line running through the center of your hip? If not, it may be time to work towards StrongPosture®.

File the Self Check & Mark Your Calendar.

  • Date and file your posture picture where you can find it. This is an important baseline to use for later comparison.
  • Mark your calendar to check your posture at least every 3 to 6 months.  
  • During your next check look for any improvement or decline.
  • If you're beginning the online course 7 Weeks to StrongPosture® be sure to take a posture picture at the beginning and the end of the program. Seeing big improvements is a great motivator and will remind you to incorporate your posture exercise program into daily habits.

Good News

There are easy steps to improve posture. Find out more under Self-Help

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