You might not recall, but you once had proper running form and perfect posture. Here's how to get back there.
Even the most open-minded people probably wouldn’t be caught scooting or furniture-walking the way babies do. But believe it or not, little ones actually have a leg up on adults when it comes to smart body movement. “Kids definitely move more naturally than adults do,” says Justin Mager, M.D., an exercise physiologist and a member of the Equinox Health Advisory Board. (He’s also a dad of three children, ages 6, 3, and 1.) Learn why taking baby steps might be your best bet and how to follow their little lead: