Why the right-sized chair will make practicing guitar more enjoyable?
With guitar chairs, size kinda matters! Practicing in a chair that is too high or too low will negatively affect your posture.
An easy method to finding out if you’re sitting in a proper-sized chair is by looking at your knees. If they point upwards, it means the chair is too short. When the chair is too high, you easily notice this by your lack of balance.
Continuously sitting in the wrong-sized chair may cause issues such as such: Headaches, Gastrointestinal pains, and Gastrointestinal pains.
Playing ANY Instrument Should Also Include Practicing Safe Posture!
The three reasons above should be enough to get you integrating ergonomics within every jam session. Not convinced?
In 2017 a study found that picking the posture correcting music chair depended on the instrument. The various play positions of each instrument make it difficult to identify the perfect chair, but ergonomic features like lumbar support are essential.
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