Many women who become mothers after after giving birth a while begin to notice that their posture is becoming round shouldered. This is due to a compensatory increase in thoracic psychosis in response to increased lumbar Lordships during pregnancy. If a postpartum woman doesn’t engage in physical exercises of muscle strengthening, weakened and stretched during pregnancy, the bearing cannot change very much for the better.
One of those muscles is the diamond shaped muscle. One such arm is located on the left and the other to the right of the spine. The Rhomboid muscle starts from the vertebral thoracic and cervical and attached to the inner edge of the blade. This muscle blade closer to the spine and is able to tone forms a straight back and good posture.