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    Simple way to relief my back and bottom---the advantage of low backrest

    Low height backrest looks cool and allow upper body to move more freely.

    Disadvantage, once sitting too long, waist tends to get tired. But also have it advantage, I have much bigger or unlimited backrest though it is low---I can easily lean on any wall.

    I like to do this as shown in the video, not only can relief my back, but my bottom as well, where most of my weight transfer to the backrest and wall.

    Last edited by sowseng; 04-21-2012 at 08:26 AM.
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    sowseng, I often do the same thing. It works nicely. I can even nap in the wall position. Nice video
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasmengr View Post
    sowseng, I often do the same thing. It works nicely. I can even nap in the wall position. Nice video
    agree, nice nap, especially in the long que.
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