Beat the Zoom fatigue and become more flexible in the process

Sitting in front of a computer for a long time every day can significantly affect your body, especially nowadays so many of us working from home. Whether you’re propped up at a kitchen table or another temporary workstation, you may not have the same supportive setup that you would in an office. While all that excess typing and minimal moving may be good for your career, it’s not all that great for your body. This lack of variation, along with hunching the shoulders and an uncomfortable chair, can cause back pain, headaches, tension, and tightness in your back, neck, and shoulders.

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