Type Without Tension

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Northwest Pub, Feb 1, 1992 - Keyboarding - 56 pages
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This book is a must... for all people who work on a keyboard including Computer Operators, Writers, Reporters, Telephone Operators, Stockbrokers, Secretaries, Keyboard Musicians & all others requiring the constant, repetitive use of the hand. The National Association of Working Women reports that "Trauma disorders, or repetitive motion injuries, have become the leading cause of all job related disorders." Learn to type without tension & avoid possible serious hand complications through this easy-to-learn method of exercise & training program. You can do them confidentially, while working or in your spare time. Soon you will notice how much more comfortable you feel at the keyboard. The exercises are written in simple form & clearly illustrated, so that everyone can understand & execute them. They teach economical movements which can increase your typing skill & speed. The main principle of this method is the result of many years of research & was tested at the Los Amigos Medical Center in Downey, California in 1989. The results demonstrated considerable muscle activity & far less TENSION. Mikhail Niks was born in Leningrad, Russia, in 1935. Throughout his life Mikhail was interested in electronics & music. For many years he worked as an electronics specialist & currently studied voice. He married Inessa Tuman, pianist, in 1968, & her hand problems triggered his research in piano playing. When Mikhail Niks emigrated to the United States in 1979 under a political refugee status, with his wife & children, Dimitri & Marina, he continued his research even more intensely. He accomplished his method of playing piano & typing without tension. In 1989, medical experiments provided him with the necessary knowledge in the field of Kinesiology. At the present time he resides & works in Southern California.

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