It's great to be on the ball at work; just don't sit on one

One of the trends in the past 10 years that tries to tackle the poor posture epidemic at work is the exercise or balance ball chair. We have been told countless times that the chair increases the activity of core muscles and provides a workout while sitting at work. Even with the small amount of truth behind unstable surface training to increase muscle activity, transferring that philosophy to a sedentary position at work just doesn’t ... work. When we exercise, it is for a specific amount of time ranging from 30 minutes to an hour of varying positions and movements. Our workouts do not consist of a static position on an unstable surface for more than a few minutes. Studies have found that t

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