To help achieve proper posture, do exercises that strengthen the core. Shown is competitive bodybuilder and fitness trainer Cornell Walker in this 2001 file photo in Chicago, Illinois. (Bob Fila/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
To help achieve proper posture, do exercises that strengthen the core. Shown is competitive bodybuilder and fitness trainer Cornell Walker in this 2001 file photo in Chicago, Illinois. (Bob Fila/Chicago Tribune/MCT) MCT
To help achieve proper posture, do exercises that strengthen the core. Shown is competitive bodybuilder and fitness trainer Cornell Walker in this 2001 file photo in Chicago, Illinois. (Bob Fila/Chicago Tribune/MCT) MCT

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