Just watch a Twitterer. Their head is bowed low, shoulders hunched forward, and thumbs flying over 140 characters a minute.
Fast forward to the computer – notice any similarities? Now, in the car, that same posture follows us. Over time, the head forward and shoulders rounded lead to neck and shoulder strain and upper back pain.
This posture pattern can be reversed. Take a few minutes today to clasp your hands behind your back, lift your shoulders a bit toward your ears, and take the heads of your arm bones back. Feel your shoulders open and spread your chest wide as your shoulder blades move in toward each other to support this opening. Using this open hearted posture when tweeting will become second nature.