Mon, Sep 30 | Campus X, Community Blue Event Hall

Health Hacks for Busy Entrepreneurs: Correcting Bad Posture

Slouching forward all day on a desk is a common sight when you’re working really hard to achieve success. Join this event to learn how to prevent creating bad posture, correct muscle imbalances and make your workplace more comfortable.
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Health Hacks for Busy Entrepreneurs: Correcting Bad Posture

Time & Location

Sep 30, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:45 PM
Campus X, Community Blue Event Hall, Alexander Malinov 31 Blvd, 1729 Sofia, Bulgaria

About the Event

Overview

Slouching forward all day on a desk is a common sight when you’re working really hard to achieve success. Sitting chained to your desk for hours without changing posture leads to lower back pain and musculoskeletal disorders, and gives you a hunched back which makes you appear shorter and less confident.

Joint this event to learn how to prevent creating bad posture and correct muscle imbalances. Kostadin Zashev, a certified personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist, will share a plenty of tips & tricks for fixing bad posture and making your workplace more comfortable. You will learn how to easily improve your working habits and prevent posture issues.

Agenda:

· Are there any consequences of poor posture?

· How to find and fix muscle imbalances and postural stress problems.

· Effective solutions for preventing bad posture.

· Q&A

Language: Bulgarian

About the Speaker

Kostadin Zashev is an engineer with a PhD in Nuclear Engineering, yet fitness has long been his passion. He is certified by the National Academy of Sport Medicine and holds certificates for Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist(US). During his 11 years of experience as a personal trainer he accumulated more than 17 000 training sessions with clients. His approach is based on methods with scientifically proven effectiveness for health and quality of life. Following his passion, Kostadin co-founded CorpFit which aims to improve employees’ health in the long term by applying sustainable approaches.

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