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Feb 15, 2020


Knocking sit-stand desks of their high horse?


Knocking sit-stand desks of their high horse?

An article from earlier this year – worth having a read in light of more products and commercials currently on screen.


No doubt there are benefits to sit-stand desks, but they are not necessarily the answer to sedentary roles. Studies have shown standing for longer periods is not sufficient to improve markers of cardio-metabolic risk.


Posture, and physical activity levels are paramount in ensuring positive workplace health and culture.


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Click here: How the media oversold standing desks as a fix for inactivity at work

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