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Which muscles do I use to stand? [closed]
Standing naturally is REALLY HARD. Farmers spend their days bent to the earth, techno-people spend their days sitting at a desk, etc. The body adapts, and deforms, and loses its natural efficiency. ...
Feb 1 '12 at 2:28
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