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Is AR bad for your back?

Yesterday I pulled a muscle in my back.  I had to go to the doctor as I was in insufferable pain.  I woke up and felt a little pull on my back, but with a busy day full of meeting I didn't give it a second thought.  By 12 noon I was at the doctors office.

I have spent so much time in AR reading, writing and learning that my back is reveling and telling me to go out more often.

How did I get there?  Well, I was trying to get to 10,000 points and to do that I have commited my self to write at least 5 blogs per week and comment on 10 posts minimum per day.  It takes me several days to come up with ideas for a blog, and a few hours to write it.  As you all can tell English is not my first language.  So, I write read and re-read to make sure is as good as I can make it.

I spend at least three hours in AR.  Not all at once, but I figure by the time I am done I spent that much per day.

I have learned so much information all of it for FREE (thanks everyone for being so generous with your information) that I am also revamping the whole way that I do bussines.   Today, I am sending an invitation to my chiropractor, and asking him to write a blog for people who spend lots of time in front of the computer.  I know he does seminars.

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Comment balloon 8 commentsTere Rottink • March 11 2009 10:24AM
Is AR bad for your back?
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Yesterday I pulled a muscle in my back. I had to go to the doctor as I was in insufferable pain. I woke up and felt a little pull on my back, but with a busy day full of meeting I didn't give it a second thought. By 12 noon I was at the doctors… more