Ergonomic Office Chair
As you stand at your desk all day, it may be tempting to plunge back into your cushy ergonomic office chair or at the very least lean on your desk to take a load off your back and legs. There’s nothing wrong with getting a bit of rest between standing or walking on a treadmill, but if you find yourself doing that often, you may want to explore intermediate solutions that will help you escape the chair as well as alleviate the hardship of prolonged standing.
Active workstation solutions are evolving so rapidly that even chairs (an old hallmark of inactivity) were bound to get a significant upgrade as well. There are two main subcategories of ergonomic office chair — leaning stools and balance chairs. While leaning stools keep your hips at an angle higher than 135 degrees (some models will practically have you standing), balance chairs allow you to move while seated.
Why A Chair? Read a couple of our reviews and you’re sure to find us saying that sitting is the enemy and generally trying to convince you to sit less. So why are we reviewing an ergonomic office chair? We’re also realists. While almost everyone should stand (and ideally also wal…
A Leaning chair provides a new way to spend your sitting breaks. They place you in an ergonomically healthy angle that is healthy for both your feet & back.