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anyone else have the same prob as me?

Discussion in 'Step I' started by goodies, May 3, 2007.

  1. goodies

    goodies Member

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    studying makes my @$$ sore. sitting for lengthy periods even with short breaks in between AND a butt pad for my chair..

    can't help it that i got no junk in my trunk. :mad: how to fix?
     
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  3. Taus

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    maybe turn the bar stool right-side-up?

    jk....my fat ass can't relate......its my upper back from hunching over thats killing me...
     
  4. blz

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    I use a reclining chair with a neck saver book stand

    life is good.
     
  5. fakin' the funk

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    Studying gives me a weird kink/pain/cramp in the rhomboids area, from that abnormal hunched-over-the-table posture. Definitely study-session limiting.
     
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    Studying gives me a weird kink/pain/cramp in the rhomboids area, from that abnormal hunched-over-the-table posture. Definitely study-session limiting.
     
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    Same thing happened to me even though I was mainly sitting on a comfy seat. It eventually went away after the first week and a half or so (my @$$ adapted I guess), although I do think that breaking up my study day with a little exercise helped. Oh, and it can happen even to those of us with junk in our trunks (which I definitely have).
     
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    Sleep is good?

    So what is this book stand neck saver gadget? I'm curious, seriously.
     
  9. goodies

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    lol, ok, i'm glad im not the only one. i just felt a little weird today cuz i went to the restroom to specifically massage my gluteus muscles.
     
  10. blz

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    oh yes the bookstand is awesome....at first my classmates made jokes about it and now half of them have it! :laugh:
     
  12. blz

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    chicks dig it.
     
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    dude, is there a store where I can buy that bookstand?
     
  14. surprisedgirl

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    office depot has an awesome bookstand that holds books well for like 12 bucks......definitely worth it!
     

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