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Backjoy Review - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Updated on November 20, 2010

Backjoy Review

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly about the Backjoy.

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Can Backjoy help me with body pain?

The first thing and maybe the most important thing that Backjoy does is it relieves a variety of aliments. (Here is a link to the Backjoy if you want to check the current price.) Maybe the big three that people are most concerned with is neck, shoulder and lower back pain. To have a device that you can carry around that will help these conditions is huge. Now, I like to live in reality, so do I believe it will end your neck, shoulder and lower back pain, probably not. But I do believe that the Backjoy Core does have a good potential to help anyone out in these areas. To go from pain to less pain or no pain I would say is a good thing.

Here is link to the official Backjoy review.

How it works review

Many people have poor posture. Inevitably, these people are likely to have bad posture standing up as well as sitting down. Where Backjoy Core comes in is helps correct bad posture when sitting. This can be extremely important for individuals who sit for longs periods of time. For example, an office worker whose main joy is managing reports or does computer programming is likely to spend most of their day in an office chair. If this person has poor posture, it can be exasperated by forcing the body to sit with bad posture for long periods of time. Backjoy Core helps the body sit straight up, which allows the body to have correct posture during long periods of sitting. Encouraging your body to stop the pain that could have been developed by continually sitting and bad posture is relieved.

Review of 3 Things Backjoy Core Gives You

The three features that Backjoy offers in a posture seat are cradling, tilting and lifting. What happens when you sit down is your gluteus muscles will flatten out which puts stress on you back muscles. The Backjoy Core actually cradles your gluteus and stops them from spreading out. In turn, this allows you back muscles not to have stress put on them, which helps out with lower back, neck and shoulder pain.

Next we will review the tilting feature of Backjoy. There is a correct way to sit so that you body is resting correctly. That is where the tilt feature comes into play. It takes your pelvis and correctly aligns it so that you can be sure that you are sitting in the correct position.

Lastly, we will review the lift feature of the Backjoy. What this feature does is it lifts the pelvis up a little so that it is not resting only on your pelvis. How Backjoy terms this is that it is like shock absorbers that stops the pain that you may have felt otherwise.

All in all, I think Backjoy is a good product. I know that the main site claims a lot of things. Are they all true? I do not know, but it Backjoy can do some of the things that it claims then it is a good product in my opinion. I am not here to reinvent the wheel. I say if there is something that can help you with your posture then why try to fix it yourself. According to the site Backjoy has taken their time in developing a product just for this reason. So if you spend a lot of time sitting them the Backjoy may be just the product you need.

If you want to discover more about posture and how a posture seat can change your life, please come visit my posture brace review website. You will not be disappointed that you did and like I said before you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Here is the Backjoy on Amazon

If your looking to check out the backjoy here it is on Amazon

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