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Although beading isn't generally viewed as a physically demanding activity, holding the body in stiff or unnatural positions for extended periods of time can cause long-term damage to the musculoskeletal system. Cindy Marti, a physical therapist with Spinal Dynamics of Wisconsin (cmarti@sdwpt.com), showed us a handful of fast and simple exercises designed for healthy beading. She suggests interrupting your work at least once every 30 to 60 minutes to do the following exercises.
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