Find your active workplace solution:
Are standing desks good for you?
Does sitting in a chair for 8+ hours a day leave you feeling stiff and sore at the end of the week? Has working at your desk taken a toll on your posture? If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions, an active workstation might be for you. Working in a more active environment can not only promote better health, but can also help enhance focus and clarity throughout the day. Encourage organic movement and proper posture by creating a workstation that lets you move more.
How can I create an active workstation?
Making the switch from a sit-down workstation to a stand-up workstation can be a simple transition with a few pieces of furniture. You can set up your monitor, keyboard and mouse on a desktop converter atop your current worksurface, and pair it with a wobble stool or balance ball chair. An adjustable desk riser from brands like VARIDESK and WorkPro® allows you to type and take calls at your preferred standing height, and active seating helps keep your body in motion while seated with rocking and leaning designs. Many desk risers are wide enough to support dual-monitor setups and offer a number of preset heights to help make finding your ideal level a breeze. Stand up to the strain of static work by choosing these and other active furniture accessories a part of your business or home office checklist.