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    Good Postures for the Development of Fine Personality

    A good posture is always considered as the basic requirement for the development of Fine Personality. People who work in a professional environment usually forget to maintain their posture, as a result of which they lack themselves in confidence, work execution and delivering quality work in time. And the absence of good posture within an individual will lead to drop their performance level among the other resources who possess good posture. Most important of all is the Silhouette beneath the outer clothes. POSTURE is the spine of an attractive figure, so you need to develop a rhythmic walk, which is balance in motion, and you will be able to develop grace in all his movements.

     

    Now let us see some important characteristics of postures which are divided into three different categories like Standing, Sitting and Walking.

    Standing Posture Development

     

    • Head held high and over the middle of your shoulders.
    • Chin parallel to the floor.
    • Shoulders even and pulled back a little.
    • Arms resting easily at your sides with the palms turned towards your thighs.
    • Feet pointing straight ahead about 4-6 inches apart.
    • Pleasant composure on face.

    Sitting Posture Development

     

    • Head held high and over the middle of your shoulders.
    • Chin should be parallel to the floor.
    • Always sit well over your hips.

    Walking Posture Development

     

    • Head held high and over the middle of your shoulders.
    • Chin parallel to the floor.
    • Even steps with weight balanced on balls of feet.
    • Swing arms freely in accordance with stride.
    • Pleasant composure on face.

     

    The above mentioned good postures help to enhance your Personality Development, so always follow these postures to be best with improved confidence level.

     

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