Dating, Health — March 13, 2013 at 14:44

Posturing

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posture computerSit up straight, shoulders back, and no slouching was encouraged from an early age. We had no idea how these early habits, good or bad, would mold how we postured later in life.

If  you’re sitting at a laptop right now, it’s possible you’re sitting in a “Strunch.”

If you’re reading this on your phone in the middle of a meeting, you may be doing the “Smart Lean.”

These are some of the postures that office-furniture maker Steelcase Inc. identified based on a study of how 2,000 workers in 11 countries arrange their bodies while they’re using the tools of the modern workplace — from desktop computers and laptops to tablets and smartphones. READ ON.

 

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