Are you sitting up straight right now while at your computer?
So many people slouch and then wonder why their back, neck and shoulders ache! I think just reading the words will make you aware of how your sitting.
I'm sitting cross legged and hunched over my laptop. I have much better posture when I'm in a chair.
Well, you got me! Thanks, I try to stay aware of that, but I'll admit, especially by the end of the day - I'm guilty.
No, I am leaning down looking at my laptop on my sofa and I am not seating I have my legs rested on the sofa. Now that I think about it my neck does feel stiff.
Yes SIR!! I am. Always do. I'm in the habit of being conscious of my posture, how I sit and stand and walk! Anything else you want to pick on us about?? Go for it. I'm ready!........LOL
Actually I am. I was working on a puzzle the other night and it screwed up my lower back, hunching over the table. so I have been sitting very upright because of the lower back discomfort.
I am actually laying on the couch with my head on the arm rest and my laptop on a pillow resting on my stomach. Quite comfy until I have to do a crunch (sit up) to type.
it was not so earlier..upto i had not suffered the bachache...but now..i've become very concious about my posture & sitting position...in order to which i've changed my chair that gives proper support & comfort to my back, neck & head !
Absolutely! I've trained myself to sit straight for my profession. The alternative is to suffer musculoskeletal issues early in life, and have to retire in pain.
Lol - no I am totally slouching right now and didn't even realize it.
I hope I am, lol!!!! I try to make it a point to sit up straight, anyway. It seems like whenever I go to the chiropractor, it's because of something I've done while on the computer.
You caught me sort of sitting up straight. The shoulders were slouching. I pro
I am now after commenting to your question, I had to add another book under my laptop. Now this is more better than slightly looking down at my laptop. Thanks for the good question.
I try, but sitting up straight doesn't always happen. Keep on hubbing
Having been a competetive swimmer/ diver in my schooling years, it was drilled in to me to stand and sit straight..and after all these years I still do..and with all the hours I spend on the computer I'm glad...no problems with back muscles..and now I do Tai Chi..and Martial Arts squats..keeps the body muscles flexible and healthy...also helps to prevent tension headaches...
thanks for a very interesting question....
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