“Pull you shoulders back.” “You’re gonna be a hunchback when you’re older.” “Shoulders down, chest up, neck tall.” I have had these phrases said to me my whole life and other than rolling my eyes and barking back, “Leave me alone. I’m just relaxed,” not much has made me dutifully try to change my bad posture. I had no lower back pain, I didn’t look like I had bad posture in pictures, so was it REALLLLY that bad? Finally — or as Brett and my mother probably see it — inevitably, I started experiencing some more than usual upper back pain (I have a sports injury from HS that has left my upper back consistently tighter than normal) and I questioned if maybe my bad posture might actually be making it worse. In a moment of serendipity (or maybe not because I totally believe our phones are always listening to us) I stumbled upon multiple ads, across all social channels, for the Upright Go Posture Trainer. Their 15 second videos of their product in action on an overly slouched blonde woman (whose hair I was very envious of) captivated and intrigued me. Well done Upright Go social media team! I headed to their website where you can buy directly or through Amazon for the polarizing price of $80, but we’ll be get into that in a bit. I got my trainer in the mail and got to work. They claim that you will have better posture after 15 days of their tailored-to-you training program.
So the question is, did it work?
WHAT DO YOU GETWhen you receive your trainer in the mail, inside your box you will find:
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