Sitting on the soft and as well on the firm seat without leaning the back against the backrest has the consequence that the abdominal muscles and the lower back muscles are engaged in the task of maintaining postural stability.

Basically, the sense of balance together with the strength of the muscles and the strength-solidity of the bones enable us to maintain postural stability.

Whether we are sitting on the soft or firm seat while leaning the back against the backrest, we maintain postural stability with the decreased involvement of the sense of balance……[The full text of this article is in the book]

 

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