All the work that you do at the gym might be counterbalanced by the long hours that you sit at the desk. So why not combine the two and get a workout as you… work!
These chairs are meant to be used for half an hour to an hour and are great for building your core strength and burning calories. They’re also perfect for training your posture, but make sure to get a regular chair for breaks – these are not replacements!
This chair may look like a typical office chair, but it’s so much more. It provides strength for your core by encouraging a proper posture. It’s very sturdy and stable as well. The back of the chair is curved so as to not force your spine into an uncomfortable position.
While its iconic form has remained largely unchanged, the Aeron Chair has been remastered from the casters up. With the help of Don Chadwick, the chair’s original co-designer, Herman Miller has updated Aeron to incorporate more than 20 years of research on the science of sitting, as well as advancements in materials, manufacturing, and technology.
Pivoting seat empowers you to move 360 degrees and supports an active working environment. Seat supports leaning posture that encourages a hip-to-torso range of 130 to 135 degrees, which provides less pressure on your spine and connecting muscles when compared to standing. Seat pan is positioned forward to help promote an open hip angle that may help engage the core muscles. Seat pairs with any standing desk or table, and is rated up to 300 lbs. Designed by Martin Keen, founder of Keen Footwear.
This ball seating system requires the sitter to use their core to balance and remain upright. You get a mini core workout without even having to think about it. The color options for this seat are varied, so you can find something that will look just right in your office.