Slouching is not just a lack of a figure. An unnatural position of the back and chest leads to diseases of the heart, blood vessels, respiratory organs and abdominal cavity. Doing specific exercises regularly will help you get rid of the slouch.
Hang the load. Put a load (dumbbells, metal object) in a cloth bag or backpack. Put the bag on your chest and walk around for a while. Your body will try to handle the weight and pull your shoulders back. Gradually increase the time you carry the load - do your homework, read, watch TV.
Strengthen your neck muscles. Sit on the floor and bend your knees. Try to bring your shoulder blades together by bringing your shoulders back. Tilt your head back and pull your neck. Repeat 6 times.
Develop your shoulder muscles. Take your straight arms, set to the sides, back, as far as possible. Repeat the exercise 10-12 times. Raise your shoulders alternately - 8 times. Clasp your hands behind your back in the lock - slowly bend forward, raising your hands up. Raise one arm up, bend it at the elbow. Bring your other hand back from below, also bending it at the elbow. Connect the fingers of opposite hands behind your back.
Develop your back muscles. From a sitting position (the pose of the Turkish Sultan), bring your arms bent at the elbows back. Get into the cat pose, arch your back, and hold for a second. Exhale and arch your back with your head down.
Wear a weight on your head. Pick up a thick, heavy book, preferably wide. Place it on your head and try to take a few steps. You can get rid of the slouch by doing the exercise regularly, gradually making it harder: dance, squat, walk.
Learn to stand correctly. If you can fix the correct position of the back and neck while standing, then it will be easier for you to learn how to move around. Stand with your back against a flat wall and mark five points of contact - the back of the head, both shoulder blades, buttocks, calves and heels should be touching the wall. Try to remember the position and maintain it while walking. Periodically, throughout the day, walk up to the wall and check your posture.