Looking for a balance board that can provide enough stability to work at your standing desk? We've reviewed the top office products available in this relatively new product category. Improving on the design of balance trainers and physical therapy tools, these wobble boards are bigger, better-looking and functional when it comes to taking pressure off of your joints.
BackApp 360 Balance Board Review
The BackApp 360's adjustable design has set a new benchmark in the world of balance boards. Particularly if you've had issues with the difficulty level of boards in the past, or feel like you will want to have more or less tilt depending on the work you're doing, the BackApp could be just what you're looking for. If, on the other hand, you know you prefer a wider area to move around on or you're concerned about having a board that's also decorative, you may want to look elsewhere.
Top Ergonomic Chair Reviews
In this review we're rounding out the best ergonomic chairs that promote active sitting. There are a few types to choose from and a significant amount of extra energy to burn.
CoreChair Active Ergonomic Chair Review
In the world of active sitting, the CoreChair stands out by doing what the exercise ball never could: offer your core muscles a break. If you’ve used an exercise ball in the past only to ditch it after a short time, or are considering using one in the future, we recommend looking at the CoreChair. It’s a single chair solution that offers the benefits of an exercise ball without the detractions.
BackApp 2.0 Active Chair Review
In a rare case of the sequel being better than the original, Back App 2.0 raises the ergonomic and aesthetic bar set by the original while still retaining the unique, active imbalance feature that made the first chair such a hit. The new Back App has slightly pared down customization options, but it nonetheless earns our Experts' Choice award with ease.