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A Proper Way to Sit in Comfort without destroying your Back
A Proper Way to Sit in Comfort without destroying your Back

A Proper Way to Sit in Comfort without destroying your Back

 Your back or spinal column is the most important part of your skeletal body. Without your spinal column, functional mobility would be impaired and your physical comfort level would be greatly jeopardized in your internal organs.

The main purpose of the spinal column is to maintain the erect posture of the human for enabling functional mobility, such as in standing, sitting and walking to all places and at all times.

We have unique body for adapting to different conditions for varying purposes. Mostly the adaptation is provided internally, without having to understand the process. Unfortunately, the use of the spine is not included in this automatic protection and lays vulnerably open for damage.

Wikipedia describes sitting as “a rest position supported by the buttocks or thighs where the torso is more or less upright”. It would be better served to state that “sitting is an anatomical position of rest for the human body, when the weight of the body runs vertically from the head down through the spine to the pelvic bones”.

This sitting position allows the vertebrae to remain in a vertically relaxed position, without requiring any support. A term created by myself as the “relaxed hold” that requires no muscular contractions, for maintaining a balanced sitting position.”

Consider sitting on an upright bicycle and holding the handle bars. There is no back rest required and you will not have any discomfort while cycling. You will sit firmly on your pelvic bones, because you will be using your legs to push you along.

If you want to learn how to sit in comfort without a backrest using this position, then my suggestion is to purchase a bicycle or a bicycle machine and learn how to ride a bicycle, so that you can sit without a backrest.  

Pedaling on a bicycle is a therapeutic process for relieving back pain, particularly on a real bicycle, where the vibrations of stones and gravel help to massage the vertebrae and dislodge any impinged nerves, relax tense muscles or knead strained ligaments into more corrective positioning.

This can be proved by relating a story about a year last winter, when Vancouver suffered a very severe snowstorm that prevented any access to cycling; walking was the only mode of transportation. The bad conditions caused me to slip and wrench my back when walking, resulting in a swift visit to the chiropractor, since my bicycle remained dormant.

The chiropractor was informed of my leg length discrepancy amounting to 3 centimeters that caused scoliosis damage to my spine. After reviewing the X-rays of my spine, the chiropractor told me that my scoliosis was no longer visible as my spine was straight, even though the pelvic bones were uneven to each other. He then said “Whatever you are doing to relieve your scoliosis, keep it up, as it is certainly working!”

This was the first time and hopefully the last time that a chiropractor was needed for spinal treatment to my back, because the bicycle is a much cheaper and more therapeutic method of relieving back pain for comfortable sitting all day.

Wikipedia describes sitting as “a rest position supported by the buttocks or thighs where the torso is more or less upright”. It would be better served to state that “sitting is an anatomical position of rest for the human body, when the weight of the body runs vertically from the head down through the spine to the pelvic bones”.

This sitting position allows the vertebrae to remain in a vertically relaxed position, without requiring any support. A term created by myself as the “relaxed hold” that requires no muscular contractions, for maintaining a balanced sitting position.”

Consider sitting on an upright bicycle and holding the handle bars. There is no back rest required and you will not have any discomfort while cycling. You will sit firmly on your pelvic bones, because you will be using your legs to push you along.

If you want to learn how to sit in comfort without a backrest using this position, then my suggestion is to purchase a bicycle or a bicycle machine and learn how to ride a bicycle, so that you can sit without a backrest.  

Pedaling on a bicycle is a therapeutic process for relieving back pain, particularly on a real bicycle, where the vibrations of stones and gravel help to massage the vertebrae and dislodge any impinged nerves, relax tense muscles or knead strained ligaments into more corrective positioning.

This can be proved by relating a story about a year last winter, when Vancouver suffered a very severe snowstorm that prevented any access to cycling; walking was the only mode of transportation. The bad conditions caused me to slip and wrench my back when walking, resulting in a swift visit to the chiropractor, since my bicycle remained dormant.

The chiropractor was informed of my leg length discrepancy amounting to 3 centimeters that caused scoliosis damage to my spine. After reviewing the X-rays of my spine, the chiropractor told me that my scoliosis was no longer visible as my spine was straight, even though the pelvic bones were uneven to each other. He then said “Whatever you are doing to relieve your scoliosis, keep it up, as it is certainly working!”

This was the first time and hopefully the last time that a chiropractor was needed for spinal treatment to my back, because the bicycle is a much cheaper and more therapeutic method of relieving back pain for comfortable sitting all day.

Your back or spinal column is the most important part of your skeletal body. Without your spinal column, functional mobility would be impaired and your physical comfort level would be greatly jeopardized in your internal organs.

The main purpose of the spinal column is to maintain the erect posture of the human for enabling functional mobility, such as in standing, sitting and walking to all places and at all times.

We have unique body for adapting to different conditions for varying purposes. Mostly the adaptation is provided internally, without having to understand the process. Unfortunately, the use of the spine is not included in this automatic protection and lays vulnerably open for damage.


?Wikipedia describes sitting as “a rest position supported by the buttocks or thighs where the torso is more or less upright”. It would be better served to state that “sitting is an anatomical position of rest for the human body, when the weight of the body runs vertically from the head down through the spine to the pelvic bones”.


This sitting position allows the vertebrae to remain in a vertically relaxed position, without requiring any support. A term created by myself as the “relaxed hold” that requires no muscular contractions, for maintaining a balanced sitting position.”
Consider sitting on an upright bicycle and holding the handle bars. There is no back rest required and you will not have any discomfort while cycling. You will sit firmly on your pelvic bones, because you will be using your legs to push you along.


If you want to learn how to sit in comfort without a backrest using this position, then my suggestion is to purchase a bicycle or a bicycle machine and learn how to ride a bicycle, so that you can sit without a backrest.  


Pedaling on a bicycle is a therapeutic process for relieving back pain, particularly on a real bicycle, where the vibrations of stones and gravel help to massage the vertebrae and dislodge any impinged nerves, relax tense muscles or knead strained ligaments into more corrective positioning.


This can be proved by relating a story about a year last winter, when Vancouver suffered a very severe snowstorm that prevented any access to cycling; walking was the only mode of transportation. The bad conditions caused me to slip and wrench my back when walking, resulting in a swift visit to the chiropractor, since my bicycle remained dormant.


The chiropractor was informed of my leg length discrepancy amounting to 3 centimeters that caused scoliosis damage to my spine. After reviewing the X-rays of my spine, the chiropractor told me that my scoliosis was no longer visible as my spine was straight, even though the pelvic bones were uneven to each other. He then said “Whatever you are doing to relieve your scoliosis, keep it up, as it is certainly working!”


This was the first time and hopefully the last time that a chiropractor was needed for spinal treatment to my back, because the bicycle is a much cheaper and more therapeutic method of relieving back pain for comfortable sitting all day.


Wikipedia describes sitting as “a rest position supported by the buttocks or thighs where the torso is more or less upright”. It would be better served to state that “sitting is an anatomical position of rest for the human body, when the weight of the body runs vertically from the head down through the spine to the pelvic bones”.


This sitting position allows the vertebrae to remain in a vertically relaxed position, without requiring any support. A term created by myself as the “relaxed hold” that requires no muscular contractions, for maintaining a balanced sitting position.”
Consider sitting on an upright bicycle and holding the handle bars. There is no back rest required and you will not have any discomfort while cycling. You will sit firmly on your pelvic bones, because you will be using your legs to push you along.
If you want to learn how to sit in comfort without a backrest using this position, then my suggestion is to purchase a bicycle or a bicycle machine and learn how to ride a bicycle, so that you can sit without a backrest.  
Pedaling on a bicycle is a therapeutic process for relieving back pain, particularly on a real bicycle, where the vibrations of stones and gravel help to massage the vertebrae and dislodge any impinged nerves, relax tense muscles or knead strained ligaments into more corrective positioning.


This can be proved by relating a story about a year last winter, when Vancouver suffered a very severe snowstorm that prevented any access to cycling; walking was the only mode of transportation. The bad conditions caused me to slip and wrench my back when walking, resulting in a swift visit to the chiropractor, since my bicycle remained dormant.


The chiropractor was informed of my leg length discrepancy amounting to 3 centimeters that caused scoliosis damage to my spine. After reviewing the X-rays of my spine, the chiropractor told me that my scoliosis was no longer visible as my spine was straight, even though the pelvic bones were uneven to each other. He then said “Whatever you are doing to relieve your scoliosis, keep it up, as it is certainly working!”


This was the first time and hopefully the last time that a chiropractor was needed for spinal treatment to my back, because the bicycle is a much cheaper and more therapeutic method of relieving back pain for comfortable sitting all day.