Computer Typing Lessons : Proper Typing Posture

Computer Typing Lessons : Proper Typing Posture


Hi, this is Linda Lewis on behalf of Expert
Village.com. Check out my website at www.keytime.com. Here are some pointers on how to improve your
posture when you are sitting at the keyboard. The first thing to do is be able to sit back
as far as you can in a chair, so then you would be able to sit up nice and tall and
you want to have your weight off the back, you want to sit up nice and tall so that your
back is nice and straight. Then you want to keep your elbows right at your waist and you
want to raise your wrists so that your hands are flat. The reason that the arms have to
curve here is that the elbows are lower than your hands so that would be corrected by using
the chair. This is the proper way to be able to adjust the chair so that when you are sitting
down you raise the chair up as high as you can to be able to still get under the table.
If your feet are above the floor and you have a foot rest, and then having an ergonomics
tray is idea so that when your hands are on the keyboard your elbows are at your waist
and you are sitting up nice and tall. It is important to have keyboard at the right height
so if you do not have a tray to pull out an alternative would be to take your keyboard
and place it on your lap. Remembering to sit up nice and tall and the secret is to have
your elbows at your waist and then your fingers are on the home row.

16 thoughts to “Computer Typing Lessons : Proper Typing Posture”

  1. This posture will give you back pain. Your low back should be supported during typing as this reduces intradiscal pressure (lots of research has been done on this).
    Jean Oliver

  2. I have known Rick Kaselj since college. Since then I have gone to Chiropractic college and become a Diplomate of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and a Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition. [Check Details Here==>https://plus.google.com/u/0/109305854848533008884/posts/7uRoP58B2eT ]. As a result, I have come to some important conclusions about how the body works. Hip flexibility, mobility and strength are one of the most important things you can do to keep your overall body healthy. The way we moved thousands of years ago is our natural state, which requires flexible and mobile hips. “Dr Alan Jenks DC DIBAK DABCN”

  3. I have known Rick Kaselj since college. Since then I have gone to Chiropractic college and become a Diplomate of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and a Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition. [Check Details Here==>t.co/moMYcXgXXB ]. As a result, I have come to some important conclusions about how the body works. Hip flexibility, mobility and strength are one of the most important things you can do to keep your overall body healthy. The way we moved thousands of years ago is our natural state, which requires flexible and mobile hips. “Dr Alan Jenks DC DIBAK DABCN”

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