Important Info
Ergonomic Lifting Rules

You now know that maintaining the neutral (slightly arched) position in the lower back is one of the keys to having a healthy back. It is important to maintain this neutral position when sitting as well as when lifting objects or swinging a golf club.

Athletes and coaches call it the "Power" position. To find the neutral position of the back, stand up and tuck your buttocks under.


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