Perching posture does not apply extra pressure on the gluteal muscles and minimizes the stress placed on the intervertebral discs. Supporting the body from 3-points (both feet and the hip bone) stabilizes the pelvis. Furthermore, tilting the seat forward brings the pelvic angle close to that of standing position, meaning the S curve of the spine is almost the same as when standing, thus reducing pressure to the lower back. repiroue distributes body weight between the feet and the buttocks so that the legs are released from solely sustaining the weight.
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