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(Friday, 15 March 2019 01:49:46 Europe/London)
The benefits of being less sedentary are becoming more widely understood and increasing numbers are taking to their feet in order to offset the damaging effects of sitting all day. What is less well known are the social consequences of being more active in the workplace and the social minefield that needs to be navigated
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(Monday, 17 September 2018 07:53:00 Europe/London)
With new research suggesting that a British office worker spends at least six hours a day sat down, fitness experts Office Fitness are pushing for amended NHS guidelines relating to activity in the workplace.
(Monday, 3 September 2018 07:37:00 Europe/London)
Received and loving it! I have already recommended it to a dozen other fitness fanatics. One of them called an under-desk treadmill "the dream".View More
Transformed my home office so that I'm standing/walking for at least 3 hours per day and this has enabled me to solve programming problems that I've b...View More
I believe we need a new concept for fitness, as sport and exercise do not accomplish the task we do them for. In short, if you run three miles, you ex...View More
The bike was bought to provide some exercise while working/discussing or simply thinking?.I think it does often help when people are thinking through ...View More