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REVIEWING POSTURE Remember To:
Center your body in front of the ____ and ____ keys.
Center your body in front of the _G_ and _H_ keys.
Lean ____________ forward
Lean slightly_ forward
Keep your ____________ up.
Keep your ____head_____ up.
Relax your _____________.
Relax your ___shoulders___.
Keep your _______________ close to your body.
Keep your ____elbows____ close to your body.
Keep your ___________ square.
Keep your ___knees____ square.
Keep your _____________ flat on the floor.
Keep your ____feet_____ flat on the floor.
Keep your ___________ parallel to the keyboard.
Keep your __wrists____ parallel to the keyboard.
Keep __________ curled and wrists off the keyboard.
Keep __fingers__ curled and wrists off the keyboard.
Sit up straight and support your lower __________.
Sit up straight and support your lower __back___.
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