Experts suggest that by reducing the amount of seated time by 90 minutes a day could significantly improve individuals health and reduce their risks for chronic disease. Research from the University of Leicester has shown that individuals who are pre-diabetic and or at a high risk of developing type [...]
Check out this latest post from the Harvard Business Review highlighting the sitting epidemic and some great ideas on how to improve your activity! [...]
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"STANDING BE GOOD"
Yup it is not complicated... Sit Less, Move More!
From the instant in which we open our eyes to the world every morning until we decide to shut down for the day research has demonstrated that the typical adult has approximately 15.5 hours filled with opportunities to engage in what health scientists refer to as sedentary behaviour. Origina [...]
Did you know that the average North American is provided with 15.5 hours of sitting opportunities per day?
If you have ever considered standing at your desk to improve your health & productivity, look no further! Here is all the information you need to take action! [...]
"research showed that those who sat for long periods of time have a higher chance in their risk of diabetes, heart-disease and death. Interestingly, the results were independent of any individual physical exercise undertaken, suggesting that even if an individual meets the physical activity guidelin [...]