EquiFit ShouldersBack Lite
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- Developed by a leading orthopedic team to assist rider's improve their posture
- Helps retrain your muscles to remain in a correct upright position
- Great for men and women
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EquiFit ShouldersBack Lite ShouldersBack Lite was developed by a leading orthopedic team to assist rider's improve their posture. it offers the same upper back support as the ShouldersBack Original however the Lite is constructed with a lighter, sheer fabric that is ideal for warmer climates or seasons. Many individuals wear this, such as professional athletes, dancers, chiropractors, dental hygienists, actors and models. With consistent use ShouldersBack helps retrain your mind and muscles to remain in a correct, upright position. ShouldersBack is comfortable, breathable and does not restrict or hinder your movement. Because ShouldersBack does alter your positioning, we recommend beginning slowly and listening to your body. Slip it on for just one hour a day and, if it feels good to you, gradually increase the time to your comfort level. ShouldersBack is great for both men and women. Item Specifications: Small: 0"-24" chest Medium: 25"-38" chest Large: 39"-50" chest Features: Developed by a leading orthopedic team to assist rider's improve their posture Helps retrain your muscles to remain in a correct upright position Great for men and women
Top customer reviews
1) Get a very soft, thin, snug fitting t-shirt (with short sleeves) and wear it under the brace. This prevents itching and irritation and makes all the difference in the world. I found a thin scoop neck so it doesn't show under my clothes.
2) Don't tighten up the brace right away. Start off so you barely feel it at first and gradually work your way up to having it tighter. This allows your body to adjust slowly to the changes and makes it much more comfortable. The one disadvantage I have is that there is exposed velcro (the 'hook' side) exposed and against your clothes. It probably would be a good idea to wear a second thin t-shirt over the brace when you are wearing a sweater or fabric that might stick to the velcro.
I recommend it and hope you have as good of results as I did.
So I finally decided to do something about it, and ended up with this little contraption.
Some size info: I'm 5'8, 125 lbs and the small fits just fine.
My only complaint is that without an undershirt with sleeves, the straps start to chafe your underarms and it becomes unbearable.
Wearing this makes it easier to sit up straight with shoulders back, but the brace doesn't force you to. It just makes it less comfortable to slouch. I have to say that when I wear it my wrist and shoulder pain are better, so this thing definitely works for me.
Overall, I think using this brace is a start in the direction to improve your posture, but the only permanent solution is building back muscles and having an ergonomic work environment to prevent injury.
she went home to Bryson City were she lives asking all her friends why didn't they tell her , i Guess they were afraid to hurt her feeling
PLEASE PEOPLE HELP US OLDER PEOPLE TELL US IF YOU SEE SOMETHING WRONG OK.better then looking at the ground for the rest of their lives,.. by the way my new gal is 65 years young ok old lol so now you all know tell your friend, man or woman if you see this