Background: One of the frequent manifestations of decreased motor activity and a decrease in the strength of skeletal muscles is a violation of posture. Under these conditions, the deformation of the posture is the result of a violation of the vertical position of the spine and the weakening of its adaptive reactions aimed at maintaining the vertical posture. The redistribution of the load in the spine is accompanied by a change in its configuration. In this regard, the only way to combat the violation of posture can be considered increased muscle activity.
Objective: This article provides a review of the literature regarding the problem of prevention and correction of posture disorders with the help of orderly muscle activity.
Method: The writing methodology used was the literature review. The source of study consists of relevant journals from the search engines www.pubmed.com, scholar.google.com, and proquest.com.
Conclusion: In this regard, exercise is a powerful biological stimulant for most of the physiological functions of the body. This allows them to purposefully increase the volume of various muscle structures, change the functional state of the body and solve the problems of short-term and long-term recovery.