Why your office chair is bad for your health

Sedentary behaviour and your health It might seem strange to hear the average working week in Australia has reduced by 2 hours per week however, that doesn’t mean people are working less, it purely represents a shift from productivity to outcome based performance measurements. Tied together with the development of new technologies and the introduction […]

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Exercise at work to improve productivity

We know that physical activity helps to mitigate the risks of developing preventable diseases like cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes etc associated with a sedentary lifestyle and physical inactivity. It is also known that exercise helps to improve memory and cognition. A recent small scale study showed that by engaging in regular exercise at work people […]

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Sit to Stand Desks

There is a wealth of data showing the negative impacts sitting for extended periods has on the body. With increased risks of type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and certain types of cancer. This data helped spawned the sit to stand desk movement. The evidence is becoming clear on why we should stand during office […]

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