You’re not sitting up straight, are you?

by Ashley Schiermeyer February 04, 2014

You’re not sitting up straight, are you?

Sitting up straight is something we all know if good for us but the hardest thing about it is remembering to do it. Without constant vigilance, it’s so easy to go from good posture to bad without a thought. Bad posture tends to lead to back, shoulder and neck pain. Plus it is a less attractive look. But what are we to do? We can’t all afford to hire a helicopter mom to follow us around all day reminding us to sit up straight and not slouch. Well! I have got news for you!! Lumo Body Tech wants to be that helicopter mom and at an affordable price. For $149.95 their Lumo Back will remind you to sit up straight… and for $99 their Lumo Lift will even remind you to stand up tall. At this time, it looks like they are even offering $30 off. The only downside is you can only buy 9 of these help-moms per order so if you want to improve your posture and the posture of your 17 slouchiest friends and family you will have to place 2 separate orders.

Once you receive your Lumo you will be power posing like the best of them in no time!





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