The Postural Assessment and Corrective Exercise course will increase your knowledge and Strategies to correct posture and enhance performance. Posture is the balanced body position in which we hold our bodies while sitting, running, standing, walking, or lying down. Good posture means the balanced alignment of muscle against movement forces and gravity. Posture deviation can occur as a result of daily life routine like sitting in a chair, looking down at the computer, workplace and ergonomics, excessive use of smartphones, not having a daily workout, and poor core stability. In addition, postural dysfunction (poor posture) can lead to serious muscular pain, skeletal pain, and muscular imbalance. Postural dysfunction is a common problem for many people. Furthermore, poor posture can easily be corrected. But to maintain posture, you should activate the weak muscles in addition to stretching the tight muscles. If you are planning to make a difference in fitness performance and client satisfaction, this interactive course will provide, demonstrate, teach, and analyze posture and corrective exercise in a creative and sequential order.