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May. 5th, 2003

i just adjusted my office chair to a lower setting in an attempt to reduce the slouch effect. My lower back used to be bent forward since I was a gymnast back in the day and flipped around and all. When I quit gymnastics in the 7th grade, I started slouching down in my seat, and I noticed a year ago that my back actually bows back a bit at the bottom when I stand straight. I'm trying to get a happy medium here and sit straight. The swimming is helping. The flat futon matress at home is not.

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legolas
May. 5th, 2003 10:55 am (UTC)
Wow, never knew the curve of our back could be changed like that!

Be careful with the setup of your workspace though, certain positions can cause you to type the wrong way, causing RSI...
See microsofts online Healthy Computing Guide for examples, esp. the wrist stuff.
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