I started reading Esther Gokhale's book 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back. Basically, it advocates better posture when sitting, standing, lying, and walking as a cure to most back ailments and that traditional societies (including Western society until the 20th century) do not have the same problems as contemporary society because they teach and retain proper posture even when sitting, bending over, etc.
1. I'm falling behind on studying for that exam. @#$@#. I'd really hate to delay again. I really want to get out of this job and this really is the path out. Can I hold on until next July? NO. So I need to take the exam in November.
My legs are sore, specifically, the adductors. I've been wasting time looking at wikipedia trying to figure out what exactly is sore. So many fun little pictures to look at. I'm not sure why I never learned much anatomy. It's interesting, but it is a lot of stuff to memorize. The Latin helps some things, of course.
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