Monthly Archives: February 2016

  1. Move More and Weigh Less

    Move More and Weigh Less
    A recent study published by American Cancer Society shows the alarming connection between sitting and obesity. The result further established the benefits of standing such as increased productivity, focus and improved health condition by reducing pain in the neck, back and shoulders.
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  2. 3 Productivity Tips for Working From Home

    3 Productivity Tips for Working From Home
    Working from home can be challenging. Here are 3 tips that can help.
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  3. Sit-to-Stand Time

    Sit-to-Stand Time
    Sit Less. Stand More. With a Standing Desk. Now.
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  4. The Health Hazards of Too Much Sitting

    The Health Hazards of Too Much Sitting
    Is sitting dangerous?
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  5. Stand, Stretch, and Squeeze Office Exercise

    Stand, Stretch, and Squeeze Office Exercise
    It is always recommended to stand every 30 minutes to help your muscles move and improve blood circulation. Also, you can use a standing desk converter that will make your transition between sitting and standing easier.
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