Message from discussion Standing or Sitting While Practicing?
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Subject: Re: Standing or Sitting While Practicing?
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On Sunday, October 7, 2012 8:24:25 AM UTC-4, Bill Williams wrote:
> > >Why would your shoulder pain be caused by playing in the seated position?
> > Maybe he isn't using a chair.
> Exactly! Most doctors agree that paying attention to such apparently minor details can have a very significant impact on guitar-related discomfort.
When playing gigs I've noticed that I have a lot less back troubles if I stand up rather than sit in a chair or on a stool. My theory is that you bend over farther when sitting down. Charlie