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Nov. 4 2011 12:00 AM

The National Posture Institute (NPI) will be releasing its first Exercise Video Series, hosted by Ken Baldwin, in November 2011. The video series will feature Strength-Resistance, Flexibility, and Cardiovascular Training analysis and performance. The videos will cover upper body (chest/back/shoulder/arms), lower body (legs), and core areas (upper-lower back/abdominal), with NPI's posture and body alignment concepts incorporated into each exercise. This will offer easy access to fitness/health professionals/trainers/instructors/business owners, as well as the general public, to get instructional education on performing/designing exercises for yourself and/or your clients/patients.


Due to the limited existing resources available in the market, NPI's Exercise Video Series stands out among other exercise videos because of its unique incorporation of posture, body alignment and corrective/personalized exercises to prevent injury.

"We are very excited to release the Exercise Video Series in the market after a long journey of research and production," said Ken Baldwin, Executive Director of the National Posture Institute and Recipient of IDEA's National Personal Trainer of the Year Award.

The National Posture Institute is dedicated to delivering online and onsite education regarding: posture, corrective exercises, public education and posture-based business models. As a fast-growing organization, it has appeared at numerous conferences over the years, and has partnered with many universities/colleges, organizations and businesses. There is a high demand for the instructional exercise videos by NPI's students, health/fitness professionals, conference attendees, and partners.

"The videos are instructional, yet easy to understand," said Baldwin. "Viewers will be able to learn the best exercise movements for different muscle groups, as well as common mistakes people make and how to correct them to achieve exercise and postural benefits without injury."

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