Posts Tagged ‘basics of sitting’
If you are joining us for the first time I encourage you to read the previous posts to this series (Part I, Part II). When I was in my teens, I remember encouraging my younger brother to have “good posture.” We’d be in church and I would sit up tall, look at him, and make a [...]
If you are just joining the discussion, check out Basics of Sitting: Part 1. This entire series is aimed to helps us feel more alive (and avoid pain) through sitting. I like to people watch; I freely admit that. I do my best not to analyze people I know (unless they ask me to), but I [...]
Welcome to the “Basics of Sitting” Series. These next few posts will focus on that most basic-of-basic daily action of sitting. But before we can jump into the actual “sitting” part, it’s time to take a look at the “main players” involved.