Saturday, February 16, 2013

Combat the Dangers of Sitting

An excellent interview with a young chiropractor who has developed a series of simple exercises any writer can use. Here's the fundamental exercise:

Read more at mercola.com.

7 comments:

  1. For those of us who sit long hours in front of a monitor, this is excellent information. Time gets away, and suddenly I'm stiff and sore when I try to stand up. I just saw this on another site, too, so thank you for the reminder that I need to take it to heart.

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  2. Thanks. This sitting writer has been looking for a good back exercise

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  3. This is a good one. Felt good to do it. I like this Saturday series, even if I don't always see it until Sunday. LOL

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  4. By Saturday, all I want to do is stretch, and I've been stumbling on these good and simple postures... so I thought, why not share? I'll add one every weekend if I think about it. If you find good ones, you can add some, too.

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  5. Really helpful, thanks. I drink a lot of water while writing so that I am forced to get up for a bathroom break. Ha!

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  6. Wow, simple and it felt good. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I'm not so sure about that exercise. It seems it would be harmful to the low back, not helpful, putting all that stress in that area.

    Morgan Mandel

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