Exercises for Pectus Excavatum

Exercise is a very effective way to treat Pectus Excavatum.

In this article I will teach you some of the best exercises you can start implementing into your exercise  regime to make...

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Pectus Excavatum Treatment


There are two types of treatment for Pectus Excavatum.

Surgical or non-surgical. 

In this article I will explain each option, and the pro's & con's off them and also how to proceed...

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Why Training Chest Can Make Pectus Worse

Training your chest too frequently and neglecting back will make your pectus excavatum look worse.


Pectus Excavatum sufferers already have very tight chest muscles...

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How to Fix an Uneven Chest (Assymetrical Pectus Excavatum)

An Uneven Chest is very common in people with Pectus Excavatum & luckily you can improve this through exercise.

A strict bodybuilding routine targeted towards developing the...

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Bad & Good Exercises for Pectus Excavatum

Pectus Excavatum can be greatly improved through exercise.

Primarily resistance based exercise aka weights in conjunction with some cardiorespiratory training.

However, there is some speculation as...

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Why You Must Train Back for Pectus Excavatum

Training back with resistance exercises is fundamentally important if you have Pectus Excavatum.

Why?

Because people born with Pectus Excavatum commonly have tight chest muscles associated with the...

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The Best Sleeping Position For Pectus Excavatum

Can a specific sleeping position improve Pectus Excavatum?

Everyone seems to think their sleeping position will have a huge impact on their pectus.

In fact, I remember as a kid googling this exact...

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Pectus Excavatum Side Effects

Pectus Excavatum is a condition where the chest wall caves in resulting in an indent in the middle of the chest.

Despite the obvious visual effect of pectus there are many other issues typically...

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Stretching for Pectus Excavatum

 Correcting Posture is of fundamental importance for fixing Pectus Excavatum.


Why?

A kyphotic spine, rounded forward shoulders & anterior pelvic tilt is often a by product of...

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Cardiovascular Training for Pectus Excavatum

Cardio is necessary when you have Pectus Excavatum.

Why?

Because a compromised cardiac function is typically associated with the condition.

For me personally my cardio respiratory...

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