Transitioning to A Standing and Dynamic Workstation for Whole-Body Health
Yes, sitting is not the new smoking, but still, what can we do to get the most out of our office?
Are you trying to increase your daily movements but working in an office prevent you from doing so?
Many people know that sitting is not the best for their body; however, what they don’t know is that simply standing is not going to improve their health either. Don’t Just Sit There provides ideas and tips that help people who work 9-to-5 to have a healthier working environment.
Research shows that sitting is not necessarily what affects human’s body, it is the repetitive position that is changing our muscle, which eventually will cause an effect on our body. Biomechanist, Katy Bowman, incorporates her theory and researches with a series of exercises and workouts in the book to offer a comprehensive understanding of sitting and standing.
Don’t Just Sit There presents:
- How conventional office arrangements are capping our level of health and why this can’t be offset with a daily bout of exercise
- That sitting and screen-time are two different variables and should be treated as such
- Corrective exercises to sit, stand, and move better without leaving your office
- How to boost your creativity and energy levels at the office
About the Author
Katy Bowan is a biomechanist by training and a problem solver at heart. The founder of Nutritious Movement, Katy also has her own podcast, Katy Says. Often a source of national health publications, Katy helps numerous patients to reduce their chronic pains. Besides these achievements, Katy is also a best selling author of multiple books include: Whole Body Barefoot (2015), Move Your DNA (2014), Alignment Matters (2013), and Every Woman’s Guide to Foot Pain Relief (2011).
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