Hey HubSpot — Fix That Slouchy Laptop Posture!

2 sets | 60 seconds


Hello HubSpot team!

My name is Benjamin Kleinert and I’m the founder of LGVTY — a business to help people optimize physical performance while reducing injury.

In this session, you’re going to learn how to correct poor laptop posture with a few exercises you can do throughout the day.

If you’re like most individuals that find themselves working at their computer for extended periods of a time, you’ve begun to notice the effects this has on your health and well-being.

Some individuals begin to experience neck and shoulder pain while others wake-up with low back pain or soreness.

The Agenda

Here is the schedule for our 30 minutes together.

  • 5 minutes – Quick introduction
  • 20 minutes – A handful of stretches and light exercises focused on spine health. You’ll learn how to decompress, stretch, strengthen, and optimize the health of your spine. 
  • 5 minutes – Q&A

During the 20 minutes of light stretching and exercise, I’d suggest having a small bit of space on the ground. A yoga or exercise mat is helpful, but it’s not necessary.

Who is Ben Kleinert?

Ben is the leader behind LGVTY.

Ben helps people get stronger, more mobile, and reach their maximum physical performance while reducing risk of injury.

Ben helps people who want to train but are suffering from:

  • Lower back pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Neck pain

One of the most common reasons behind injuries and physical pain, that Ben has discovered, is poor posture at while working on the computer.

Ben is the Director of Exercise at Kinetik Performance in San Diego, California. Over the past 3 years, Kinetik Performance has been an elite rehabilitation and performance facility in San Diego and is supported by top therapists.

In 2020, Benjamin created LGVTY (short for Longevity) in order to expand his impact on individuals outside of the clinic. Longevity offers an educational resource to help enhance the movement, training, and performance of individuals who want to live a pain-free life.

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