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How important is posture? I noticed my posture is shit when I play



I get numbness after like 5-10 minutes of playing from the top of my head to my fingers and its annoying af
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important

and u need a talbet :^)
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shortpotato wrote:

important

and u need a talbet :^)
Tablet in background but I dont use because it has input lag that only I can notice because I am OCD
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If you keep slouching like that, you'll develop back problems when you're older.
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F1r3tar wrote:

If you keep slouching like that, you'll develop back problems when you're older.
I already have back issues. :o
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Me too.

I moved my monitor back to force me to sit up straight to see it better.
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CuboidBeats wrote:

Me too.

I moved my monitor back to force me to sit up straight to see it better.
I cant do that since its mounted to my wall
also i use very very low res
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CuboidBeats wrote:

Me too.

I moved my monitor back to force me to sit up straight to see it better.
I'd just shove my chair really far in to get me to sit straight.
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OK I will raise my desk slightly tmw and see if I can tuck my legs in
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ZenithPhantasm wrote:

F1r3tar wrote:

If you keep slouching like that, you'll develop back problems when you're older.
I already have back issues. :o
:cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry:
use a higher res kappa
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mouse master race
use a higher res, and think about how you're sitting while playing. Try to feel you back against the chair and keep it there while doing those sick jumps.
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Some general posture tips I can remember off the top of my head...

- Your eyes should be at the same level as the top of your monitor
- Your legs should be make a 90 degree angle with your feet touching the floor
- Back should be straight as much as you can

adjust your environment to fulfil these criteria; there's probably more stuff about this on googel
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Turn the light off so backproblem-sama wont notice you. I put this into a spoiler so he wont know what youre planning!

Adjusting monitor and/or chairheight is the easiest way to force yourself into a less curled posture. Rip it from the wall.
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Philantropist wrote:

Some general posture tips I can remember off the top of my head...

- Your eyes should be at the same level as the top of your monitor
- Your legs should be make a 90 degree angle with your feet touching the floor
- Back should be straight as much as you can

adjust your environment to fulfil these criteria; there's probably more stuff about this on googel
This one is a bit false. Your back is made to naturally curve. Trying to be as straight as possible is actually adding strain and isn't natural. Let the back of the chair do its job. As long as you are completely sitting back in the chair and following the 2nd step of the above list, you shouldn't have to lean forward off the back of the chair to get comfortable. Scoot your chair in so that you can sit back and still comfortably reach everything.
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gl zenny chan!!
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