The Vest has a double function. It helps to build up your posture and it helps you to breathe in a deeper, more effective way. How does the K99 work?
The Shoulder straps pulls the shoulders back, while you feel a balanced pressure from the shoulder board between your shoulder blades. In combination with the flexible material that activates the whole thorax, the body also receives an optimal support. Everything in just a couple of minutes.
The Vest helps you to develop your posture and have helped our costumers with:
• Improving posture
• Gives you a stronger back
• Decrease and eliminate back problems
• Eliminates numbness in arms and hands
• Increases movement in hips etc
Bad posture is a common cause for back and health problems. But by using the Vest you can regain your natural posture in a relatively short period of time.
Get your back and posture in balance
The Vest will strengthen the muscles around the diaphragm and the entire breathing system all the way down to the pelvis. That the Vest is also a fantastic aid for people with back and posture problems is therefore completely natural. A strong and upright posture is important both for the back and for the entire body’s functions – as well as a good general health. But for older people, and people who spend a lot of time sitting still at work, the muscles become weak and unbalanced. Especially the area around the diaphragm becomes weak by time, sometimes already in early ages. This can cause lopsided backs and hips or shoulder problems.
The strength of the Vest is that you quickly can regain a natural and healthy posture. It pulls back the shoulders while you feel a balanced pressure from the shoulder board between your shoulder blades. In combination with the flexible material that activates the whole thorax, the body also receives an optimal support. The result is a powerful and natural posture.
Many areas of usage - the Vest is an excellent support in many situations. Here are some examples:
• When you wake up your body needs oxygen and energy to start working
• When you sit in front of the computer at home or at the office
• When you walk or run
• When you exercise, outside or at the gym, for optimal breathing and posture.