Shoulders hunched forward, bent knees when standing, head that’s leaned forward. Yep, your posture is screaming, “I sit and work on my desk all day!” A sedentary lifestyle leads to bad posture. Sitting all day in front of the computer could be tough. So, understandably, we can’t always be mindful about whether our backs are straight or slouching. We gotta fix that out! How? Two words: Face. Pulls.

With the pandemic still going on, Upwork estimates that 22% of the workforce will work remotely by 2025. That’s 36.2 million Americans. That’s 36.2 million workers sitting in front of the computer even longer than they did in the office. Unless you have posture police watching over you the whole day, it’s hard to keep track of your posture.

Face Pulls

Now, going back to face pulls. As defined by Boxrox, “Face Pulls are an isolation cable (or banded) exercise that activates and improves your back and shoulders.”

Let’s have a look at the benefits of Face Pulls aside from supposedly correcting your years of slouching from the time you were probably a teenager playing fun video games until you become a full-fledged adult working your behind finishing deadlines.