5-10 minute goals
The first few sessions are designed for UPRIGHT to learn your back, and for you to learn how to work with UPRIGHT. In the beginning, training will be hard and staying upright will not be easy, Push through the discomfort of the beginning. 4-5 sessions in, your body will get used to the training, and training will get easier. You will notice your awareness to your posture drastically increase.
CORE MUSCLE STRENGTH
25-45 minute goals
At this point in your training, you are thinking about being upright even when UPRIGHT is not on your back. Now that you have internalized upright posture, it’s time to build your core muscle strength. Starting to take on those longer sessions will train your core muscle’s and build muscle memory, getting you to a point of natural upright sitting effortlessly.
55-60 minute goals
Reaching the last leg of your training is both rewarding and challenging. You are starting to tackle some serious upright time, but by this point, you have trained both your body and your mind to handle it. You will notice that you are starting to sit upright even without the device subconsciously. If you suffer from back discomfort, you might notice some relief.
up to 60 minute a day
UPRIGHTS's training programs were developed by experts and are based on Skinner's theory of operant conditioning negative reinforcement, which explains that a behavior is strengthened by removing an aversive stimulus. In UPRIGHT's case, the vibration is the aversive stimulus. Skinner's theory explains why UPRIGHT's training is effective and almost entirely subconscious. Training sessions are short and results are seen fast.