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Advances in technology revolutionized the way we work. But they've come with a cost. A sedentary lifestyle can seriously damage our performance and well-being.
Gym rats don't get a pass, either. In fact, studies consistently show that people who work out often spend more time on their
Despite our commitment to stand up once every 45 -- no, 20 -- minutes, we still end up getting so engrossed in our work (or whatever else happens to be on our screens) that our backside is practically numb before we remember to get off of it. To goose our good intentions, we tried three apps that promised to help us move more throughout the day. Here are our results.
On the DIY-sharing website Instructables, the two posted directions for how to make the contraption. The wheel is 80 inches
"Would we find the same thing week after week, or would people get habituated to the standing meeting?" Knight wondered. "If
In case you haven't heard, sitting is the new smoking. And to make matters worse, it appears that no level of physical activity
"I don't sit, I never sit down," Hamblin says in the video's introduction. "I stand all day at work, and then I go home and
By Amanda Schupak for How many hours do you spend at the computer every day? Eight? Ten? Twelve? Taking a seat
As we work, we sit more than we do anything else. Excessive sitting, defined as nine hours a day, has been called a lethal activity. So four years ago I switched one meeting from a coffee meeting to a walking-meeting, and I've noticed some unanticipated side benefits.
Given the repercussions of sitting all day, we had a feeling that Spurlock wasn't the only person buying or creating a standing
For the eight weeks I used that standing desk, I felt like a million bucks. Sure, I got some funny looks from my coworkers, but overall it was an amazing experience.
Van der Ploeg and colleagues found that sitting for 11 or more hours per day increased risk of death by 40 percent, regardless