Does anyone have forward-head posture?

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  1. GeeGee

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    It looks real weird on me, looks like I'm not standing up straight and that I'm leaning forward, but I'm actually walking straight. What can I do to make it go away?
     
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    one day theres gonna be a problem you have no article about ceaze...what then!?
     
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    Probably everyone should take a good long look at MR's article. Over half of the guys in my college gym are postural nightmares from following programs they write for themselves w/ no thought for muscle balance.
     
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    Alwyn also offered this advice on the forum.... C & D are stuff that's not in MR's article
     
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    why the front bar squats?
     
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    because you have to maintain upright posture
     
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    you thought wrong
     
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    it's not your neck dude, it's forward-head posture caused by excessive curvature of the thoracic spine, exactly what this thread and MR's article are about (the term kyphosis only applies to the thoracic spine, not the cervical spine btw)
     
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