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Old 03-05-2017, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default At a theater , do your legs ever cramp up and hurt sitting in those night spaces?

Reason being because just yesterday, me and my uncle went to go see a 60s concert at the Benedum Center , and my legs(Specifically my knee on my right leg) starting hurting and made me squirm and feel uncomfortable for the rest of the show. Unfortunately during intermission, we decided to leave because my knee was bothering me a lot.

Note 1: My knee only bothered me when I sat in that cramped space

Note 2: Although we had to leave early , we got autographs from Gary Puckett and the lead singer from The Buckingham's
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Reason being because just yesterday, me and my uncle went to go see a 60s concert at the Benedum Center , and my legs(Specifically my knee on my right leg) starting hurting and made me squirm and feel uncomfortable for the rest of the show. Unfortunately during intermission, we decided to leave because my knee was bothering me a lot.

Note 1: My knee only bothered me when I sat in that cramped space

Note 2: Although we had to leave early , we got autographs from Gary Puckett and the lead singer from The Buckingham's

I attend a lot of concerts (about 10+ per year) and most music venues seats are terribly uncomfortable. I always leave, after attending a show, with a very stiff back and a sore behind.

My only advice, get up and walk around for a bit during the show and stretch those tight muscles.

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My problem is my back and my neck. I have not been to a theater in years, because I'm very afraid of getting a pain in the middle of things.
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It depends on the length of time for me. If the seats are bad, an hour or two isn't going to ruin me, but I won't want to sit there beyond that. It's more about leg room for me—if I don't have enough, it puts a lot of pressure on my knees.

I'm only 6'2", which I honestly don't consider to be that tall, but evidently I'm a minority as I seem to run into this problem all the time, whether it be in theaters, riding in cars, on planes, etc. There's never enough space for my legs, so sitting for extended periods can be brutal.
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