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Nathan became interested in health and fitness at an early age. At fourteen his PE teacher introduced him to weight training, this led to a huge interest recognising and understanding the role and function of individual muscles and how specific training alters body shape. This interest led him onto his career path. Craig graduated in Sport and Exercise Science in 2003 and began working alongside physiotherapists in the north London area with clients suffering from a range of rehabilitation issues. He con...
The figure depicted displays the optimum posture for office workers. Notice the inclination of the legs in regards the floor, the lumbar support, the level of the table in regards the hands and the level of the computer display in regards the head. Legs - The legs must be perpendicular to the floor so as to reduce constriction of the hip flexors, the feet are facing forward. Arms - The arms are level putting less strain on the flexors or extensors of the wrist and fingers. View Back Pain and Posture.