So I have always been overweight - since birth. This is pretty much the smallest I've been since, I don't know, 5th grade maybe? (I'm 42.)
I've always had horrible posture, sitting and standing. Well, lately, like in the last couple months, I've noticed my back hurts if I don't try to use good posture - particularly sitting. Since I've never been a normal size - is this normal? If I don't sit up straight, and I mean, REAL straight, my back is killing me in a few minutes.
Perhaps this is because I don't have any back fat left to support my bad posture? (Which is awesome.)
I just had to go get a pillow off the boss's couch to put behind my back in my chair so I'd remember to sit up straight.
Anyone else? Does losing your back fat make you HAVE to sit up straight, or suffer?