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Improves posture thanks to adjustable straps
Reduces back pain caused by poor posture
Less back pain thanks to improved posture
Do you find yourself with poor back posture again? Then the GYMTASTIC® back trainer is just the thing for you!
Because of constant sitting and little movement, most people tend to arch their backs and slump their shoulders forward. We all know the consequences: back pain, permanent poor posture and tightness in the upper body. The size-adjustable back trainer helps you to pull your shoulders back and relieve pressure on your spine to alleviate back pain and improve oxygen supply through freer breathing.
The leather surface of the back trainer is the outer side on the back.
Adjust the size of the back trainer
to get a comfortable position for the Y-shaped back support.
Raise your chest and back and tighten the adjustment strap until you feel comfortable.
Pass the straps through the armpit and make a cross to fasten them comfortably.
10 - 15 minutes per day: Don't wear the back trainer too tightly and get used to the trainer at first, gradually finding your perfect setting.
1 - 2 hours per day: Super suitable for everyday work - get your back used to an upright posture and try wearing the belt a little tighter.
2 - 3 hours per day: Travel, fitness, office, etc. Wear the back trainer every day - develop good habits and see improved posture after just 21 days.
The straps of the back trainer pull your shoulders into the correct position. As soon as you arch your back reflexively and let your shoulders fall forward, you feel the counter-pressure of the back trainer and are reminded to correct your posture. While wearing it, the correct posture feels completely natural. Through regular use, you get your spine and shoulders used to the healthy posture and gradually adopt it permanently. Straightening your upper body also improves airflow and increases oxygen levels in your body.
The GYMTASTIC® back trainer is designed to make everyone feel better and alleviate back pain. However, if you have a chronic back condition and are unsure, it is best to consult your doctor or physiotherapist beforehand.
Under no circumstances should the back trainer be worn for more than a few hours a day, as the permanent relief of the spine can lead to regression of the back muscles. Wear the belt for a maximum of one hour a day at the beginning and gradually increase to get used to the new posture. If you start to feel uncomfortable, take the back trainer off immediately.