BAKBŌN is an adjustable, hands-free tool to help you keep your spine in a neutral position, promoting better posture and back health. This patent-pending technology is the best posture device for more powerful workouts, enhanced physical therapy and recovery, and daily use at your home or office.
By training your brain and body to recognize and repeat proper form in a neutral spine position, you are strengthening dormant muscles that support the spine, as well as activating smaller muscle fiber in your neck and upper back, promoting proper posture.
Improved balance, lung functionality, more energy and improved body confidence can be achieved after using your BAKBON for just a short period of time, due to the “halo effect” of heightened postural awareness.
Versatile, Lightweght & Effective
Daily Posture Correction
Proper posture is important, especially as we age. Benefits of good posture include improved balance, lung/breath efficiency and energy. When wearing BAKBŌN, you are training your brain and body to recognize and repeat proper form, not relying on the device to do it for you.
More Powerful Workouts
BAKBŌN helps you find your neutral spine position for proper posture, protecting your spine and allowing more explosive movements. When you move and exercise in a neutral spine position, you are strengthening dormant muscles that support the spine.
Physical Therapy & Recovery
BAKBŌN is an essential tool for physical therapy and those looking to recover from injuries, or rehab their bodies for increased strength and mobility. With proper posture, in the neutral spine position, you are able to more effectively re-train your brain and body.
“As a regular user of the BAKBŌN, it makes achieving neutral spine easy and functional for my patients. From using it with high level athletes to the aging population, BAKBŌN provides the user feedback and the ability to work independently through exercises while simultaneously achieving neutral spine. It’s ability to give external feedback while freeing the hands during movement provides a new lens in how we prescribe exercises for our patients.”
– Ryan Cummings, Clinical Specialist and Director of the Johns Hopkins & George Washington University Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency Program