• The fastest and easiest way of getting the help you need. Just send me your photos and goals, then I’ll evaluate your posture and provide you with a personalized set of corrective exercises.

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  • A completely customized posture makeover plan designed by me, for you. Delivered in easy to understand and follow along, step-by-step video tutorials. It's just like working together in person.

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  • Running, jumping, leaping, climbing, rolling, crawling, and an insane amount of FUN. That's what you can look forward to experiencing when you GO PLAY.

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Testimonials

  • Take Back Control Of Your Health

    Doreen suffered for years from chronic pain (arthritis, fibromalgia, back pain) and was told by doctors to take pain killers and curtail her activities (i.e. act like an old person). She didn’t like that idea, so she decided to take care of things herself. So she began moving more, doing her daily routines and instantly felt relief. Today she enjoys knowing that if any symptoms arise she knows how to determine what’s causing them, and more importantly, how to cure them.

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  • What Pain Drives Us To

    For over a year Ania was driving an average of 6 hours per day (mostly work related) and suffering from chronic lower back pain as a result of it. Then she decided she had had enough. So she changed her mind, her actions, and her habits (her lifestyle), and began implementing the power of posture alignment therapy. Weeks later she was pain free and continues to stay firmly planted in the driver seat of her own healthcare.

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  • From Client To Therapist

    I frequently get asked how I came to be “The Posture Guy” and how I got involved in the crazy, unique, fun, and enlightening world that is posture alignment therapy. And considering my relatively young age, most are surprised to hear that the story began roughly 8 years ago when I was 20 and suffering from chronic and acute pain well beyond my years.

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Recent Posts

  • The Post About Pooping, Posture & Poor Digestion

    Alright, let’s get real for a minute. We all poop right?! It’s just something that we all do and it’s nothing to be ashamed about. Heck it’s 75% water. So now that we’ve gotten over the taboo of poo, let me ask you something. How often do you poop? When you poop is it fast and effortless, or a time consuming struggle? What does what come out look like? Do you experience any negative symptoms before, during, and/or after going? And finally, do you suffer from any digestive problems? Well did you know that your posture plays a big role in the quality of your poops and how your digestive systems functions?! Oh yeah! So if you want to have awesome poops and optimize your digestion, then you should definitely be working on your posture. And that’s exactly what we’re going to be going over today. How pooping, posture, and poor digestions correlate and what you can do to optimize each. All this and more coming up on today’s show.

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  • Come Hangout With Me Live On Air!

    Hey there Posture Guys and Gals! Justin Archer here, aka “The Posture Guy”, Your #1 Source On Pain, Posture & Performance and boy oh boy do I have some absolutely stupendous amazing exciting and wonderful news for you today. One week from now on Saturday, April 26th, 2014 @ 10AM PST (save this to your calendar NOW…go ahead, I’ll wait) I will be hosting ThePostureGuy.com’s first ever live event on Google+ Hangouts On Air/YouTube Live Events. And you’re invited to join in all the edutainment! So watch the video above and continue reading below to learn all about the details. But to summarize, we’re going to be going over how to optimize your breathing, hydration, sleep, nutrition, stress, movement, and exercise…all while having FUN!

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  • Why Does Your Pain Seem To Come & Go? (Part 3)

    Does it ever seem like your pain just comes and goes for no particular reason? Well I can pretty much guarantee you that’s not the case. Not unless you were shot, stabbed, ran over by a car, fell down some stairs, or suffered some other acute injury anyway. No, what you’re feeling more likely than not is simply a symptom of change. Change that could be from the improvement or decline of your breathing, hydration, sleep, nutrition, stress, movement, and/or exercise. You just have to figure out which, make the necessary changes, and then be consistent. And remember that what gets measured gets managed and improves. So click play and let’s get to the bottom of these mysterious vagabonding phantom pains of yours. See you inside! 

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