Standing Desk Benefits
With many people working from home, employers need to consider liability for ergonomic injuries has pierced the veil of the corporate campus.
Find out how a treadmill or standing desk can help sufferers of plantar fasciitis strengthen their muscles, move more, and break out of a sedentary life.
Large furniture companies are largely shut out from selling millions of standing desks that are going to be shipped directly to employees' homes.
The best way to avoid a sedentary work life is to give ourselves viable alternatives to sitting that allow us to be productive at the same time.
Contrary to some marketer's claims, treadmill desks are not the easy ticket for dramatic weight loss but they do provide many other health benefits.
Smart employers are not waiting for that first coronavirus case to crop up in their offices before reacting to the situation.
Varicose veins are among the most persistent bugbears of standing workers - something that every treadmill desker becomes the moment the belt stops moving. Most readers will recognize the term, and many have probably heard it before in relation to prolonged standing; however, few will know the specifics of this health issue and, more importantly, how to deal with it. Fear not, but igno…
Develop proper posture during the day using this list of easy desk stretches demonstrated by Certified Physical Trainer and MPH Victoria Lyon.
Using a standing desk or treadmill desk will increase your basal metabolic rate thus burn more calories than sitting still, but by how much?
With so many Americans opting to work from home, it is important to ensure they have workspace that is conducive to health and productivity.
Review of Dr. James Levine's new book, "Get Up!" which boils down his findings on sitting disease and the benefits of sitting less and moving more.
In an ABC News article, Dr. Marc Hamilton calls into question the efficacy of standing and treadmill desks. WorkWhileWalking responds in this blog post.
“Scared Sitless” promises on the cover that you will “work happier, lose weight, and live longer” with the information and advice offered in the book. The book largely fulfills these promises. The author refers to an impressive number of scientific research articles that show how his recommended “office fitness” practices can improve productivity and psychological well-being, burn calori…