"Posture is a reflection of your attitude toward life" - Stanley Paris
It's not often that I can feature a post written by my husband on my blog. He has two physical therapy related blogs, one for professionals and one for the public. When he posted, however, about sitting posture I thought it was totally relevant for my fellow bloggers who sit at keyboards for extended periods of time! Actually, everyone can benefit from a quick lesson in posture. The way you sit, stand and perform activities can have direct links to back pain, neck pain, headaches and other injuries.
Take a look at this article with great advice on sitting posture (it is the third part of a three part series on posture, so feel free to check the other posts out as well)
Here's a warning though: once you start sitting with correct posture, you will immediately be able to point out slouchers around you! My husband used to tell me that correcting my posture was true love, so if I tell you to sit up straight, consider it a compliment!
Optimizing Sitting (part 3 of 3) - Dr. Erson Religioso III, DPT,