This is the first ever self help book manual to help those with morderate to mild pectus excavatum without the having to go through surgery. but even if you have had surgery this book can help you further still by giving you exercises to open up and improve the flexablity of your rib cage improve your posture improve stamina and build a stronger body something surgery on its cannot do.
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It still surprises me that even up to this point in time that there has not been to my knowledge an exercise book or manual, to improve Pectus Excavatum. Having this condition myself at a moderate level I have improved my chest to some degree with certain exercises, that is why I decided to put a book together so I can share the exercises I have used over the last few years in my new book “Pectus Free without Surgery”. As I say in the beginning of the book, the Pectus Free part of the title is not literate, this all depends on the degree of some ones Pectus. This book is merely a tool to helps those with Pectus, improve their posture, breathing, body movement, strength, confidence and of course the look of their chest and body. My chest wall is still not perfectly flat, and I still have a slight sideways curvature in my lower back, but both have improve a lot over the last couple of years. And I am still looking for improvement.
It is a simple, to the point and practical book that is easy to read as I wanted the book to cater to most age groups. The book consists of approximately a little over eighty pages; I have tried to the put the order of the book / exercises in most logical format to make it as effective as possible. There are over thirty exercises to choose from, which are under four categories- postural, strength, ribcage and core. Even though the exercise are under four separate categories nearly all of the exercises have a positive (direct or indirect) impact on improving Pectus Excavatum.
Before you start reading through this book, I would like to point out the title of this book is not literate. I chose the title “Pectus Free without Surgery” as it’s a catchy title. The pectus free part of the title is dependant from person to person. But you can improve the look of your chest by following the exercises in this book, to what degree you chest improves; only time will tell, plus among other factors that will be explained to you later on. I know because I have improved my chest, posture and my body shape in general with these exercises.
My chest is still not perfectly flat, and I still have a slight sideways curve in my lower spine, but I have improved both to such a degree that I am happy and comfortable with the way my chest and body looks, but I always open to improvement as anyone should be. This book is a useful tool for pectus excavatum improvement with or without surgery and / or bracing support.
The most important thing you can do is learn to love yourself, work hard and always try to better yourself in all areas of life, be it physically, mentally, or intellectually.