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12<p style="font-size:17px;font-family:arial;text-align:left;padding:15px;">It&rsquo;s forward head posture&hellip; also known as texting neck.<br />
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14You&rsquo;ve probably seen it yourself, in those guys and girls who are physically active but walk around with a chicken head or giraffe neck.<br />
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16Instead of a powerful, strong chest, their shoulders are hunched forward, their head droops down and their curved back almost gives them a hump.<br />
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18It looks weak, unhealthy and unsightly. And it undoes all their hard work.</p>
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27                        <span style="font-size:21px;">It&#39;s like the old man&#39;s hunch curving your body forward with your shoulders dropped making you look weak, submissive and shorter than you really are. The curve of your neck and back means you may drop height by a couple of inches and look a lot older than you are.</span></td>
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45<div style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:5px;">dwide, horses play a role within human cultures and have done so for millennia. Horses are used for leisure activities, sports, and working purposes. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that in 2008, there were almost 59,000,000 horses in the world, with around 33,500,000 in the Americas, 13,800,000 in Asia and 6,300,000 in Europe and smaller portions in Africa and Oceania. There are estimated to be 9,500,000 horses in the United States alone. The American Horse Council estimates that horse-related activities have a direct impact on the economy of the United States of over $39 billion, and when indirect spending is considered, the impact is over $102 billion. In a 2004 &quot;poll&quot; conducted by Animal Planet, more than 50,000 viewers from 73 countries voted for the horse as the world&#39;s 4th favorite animal. Communication between human and horse is paramount in any equestrian activity; to aid this process horses are us
46 ually ridden with a saddle on their backs to assist the rider with balance and positioning, and a bridle or related headgear to assist the rider in maintaining control. Sometimes horses are ridden without a saddle, and occasionally, horses are trained to perform without a bridle or other headgear. Many horses are also driven, which requires a harness, bridle, and some type of vehicle. Sport A chestnut (reddish-brown) horse being ridden by a rider in a black coat and top hat. They are stopped in a riding arena with the rider tipping his hat. A horse and rider in dressage competition at the Olympics Main articles: Equestrianism, Horse racing, Horse training, and Horse tack Historically, equestrians honed their skills through games and races. Equestrian sports provided entertainment for crowds and honed the excellent horsemanship that was needed in battle. Many sports, such as dressage, eventing and show jumping, have origins in military training, which were focused on control and bala
47 nce of both horse and rider. Other sports, such as rodeo, developed from practical skills such as those needed on working ranches and stations. Sport hunting from hor</div>
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