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Proper progression is an important aspect of corrective exercise to ensure that you are challenging yourself while avoiding overloading the body and preventing injury. Here are a few steps you can take to progress your corrective exercises: Start with easy exercises: Begin with exercises that are easy to perform and that address your specific needs. Increase difficulty: As you improve, gradually increase the difficulty of the exercises by using a greater range of motion, adding resistance, or increasing the number of reps or sets. Monitor your progress: Keep track of your progress, and make adjustments to your program as needed. Seek guidance from a professional: It’s important to work with a qualified professional such as a corrective exercise specialist or personal trainer who can design a program that is appropriate for your specific needs and can provide guidance on proper form and technique. Listen to your body: Pay attention to how your body feels during and after the exercises, and stop if you experience any pain or discomfort. Incorporate other factors: Progression should also include addressing other factors such as posture, mobility, and stability. Be consistent: Regularly performing the exercises is important to see results and progress. It’s important to note that progression should be done gradually and at a pace that feels comfortable and safe for you. It’s best to consult with a healthcare professional before starting a corrective exercise program.