The Science of Sitting Made Simple: How to Look and Feel Better with Good Posture in Ten Easy Steps
The Science of Sitting Made Simple is for people that spend much of their day SITTING, which is often associated with poor posture habits, an overly sedentary existence, discomfort, and progressive deformity of the body's frame. The damaging and painful effects of postural strain can successfully be avoided, while improving health and lifting energy at the same time, with effective self-help techniques that take only minutes per day to practice.
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