Category Archives: Posture

4 Ways the Pilates Tower Can Enhance Your Machine Workout

Curious about the Pilates Tower? Fuse instructor Meredith Capps explains a few of the ways springs and bars can enhance your workout. Give Tower a try at her Posture and Balance Circuit Challenge workshop at Fuse Dupont on March 29th! … Continue reading

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Active Stretching vs. Passive Stretching

Active stretching: it’s not an oxymoron! In the latest on our YouTube Channel, Fuse’s resident stretchy expert, Clare, discusses the difference between an active stretch (the kind that might leave you sore the next day, in a good way) and … Continue reading

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What is Head Ramping?

Head ramping? What?? Simply it’s about finding proper alignment of your head balanced atop your spine. Here’s how to do it. (Turn up your audio – we realize we need some help in the video production department.) Need some help … Continue reading

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Your Mom Was Right

Are you sitting down? I want to tell you something that might send your world into a tailspin. Your mom was right. Before you have a complete meltdown and make an appointment with your therapist, I’m not saying that she … Continue reading

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“That’s a Beautiful Spine You Have”

Let’s face it.  I’m human.  I enjoy a good compliment.  I’m happy when someone tells me they like my outfit, or they loved my music mix for class, or when they tell me I’m having a good hair day (usually … Continue reading

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To Fitness Clothing Brands – A Brief Overview of Proper Standing Posture

One of the many, many things I’ve had wrong with me is single-sided gluteus medius muscle weakness in closed chain exercises. Basically, when I stand, I have a tendency to lean my weight into my right hip, overstretching those hip … Continue reading

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Model Behavior

There’s a certain stance that a lot of (most) models take on the runway. You might also notice it in many teens. Maybe you do it yourself after a long day. Hips thrust forward, shoulders sagging, head dropped slightly. Someone, … Continue reading

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