>>52520291 I just remembered it happens, spent 30 minutes disassembling a laptop on the floor because I don't have a table big enough for it. Got up a few times to get tools, but after finishing I got up and was greeted with severe stiffness.
>>52520342 Sure, do that. It will definitely help, although eventually you'll need to add resistance. A set of adjustable dumbbells will do if you'd rather not join a gym. It really works wonders for my back at least.
the only ways i've found to be effective for unfucking a computer fucked back is standing, sitting in a comfy recliner, laying down or simply stop using your computer very much
sitting in a $1,000 ergonomic chair with perfect posture doesn't help, i own two lifting doesn't solve the problem, i have a nice power rack
some problems can be helped by sitting properly but it's no cure all. some problems can be helped a fair amount by lifting but again, it it won't solve the problem
the traditional desk and chair paradigm is just a back fucker that's all there is to it. there's a reason they tell you to take frequent breaks. too bad taking frequent breaks suck ass when you're in the middle of something all the time.
I was so bad when it came to computer posture I developed aura migraines from straining my neck and back for so long.
The only thing that has helped me were frequent breaks. It could be as simple as getting a computer app, or phone app, but I prefer having it on a smartwatch so I don't end up just focusing my attention on whatever reminded me.
>>52520151 >been working in datacenter for 5 years >when I started the pain in my back and arms from moving heavy servers from one place to another was killing me >decided to join the local gym with 3 of my coworkers >we still work out 3 times a week >almost bearmode >back stopped hurting after a few months after we started
>>52520450 in the beginning everything will do the trick. You don't need weights at first. Starting with weights, unasisted will probably hurt you. Look at youtube vids, train abs, lower back and legs. After a month you will feel a lot better. Do stretches when you sit for longer periods, stand up and move around.
>>52522769 fuck you for being so up your own ass that you come to a tech board looking for fitness advice, and when you get pointed in the right direction by someone knowledgable you tell them to get fucked
>>52522660 Lifting IS a core exercise. You can get a solid sixpack from just deadlifts and squats (at least if you do front squats which Office workers should) alone.
Lifting With proper form will likely do more to Your core back and front muscles than just situps and so on. All you really need for a full body workout are squats, deadlifts, dips, pull ups and cardio. (bench press and millitary press might also be good if you want good looking muscles, but those muscles are already covered by pullups and dips) You get a full workout and Train Your Whole body With that.
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