Breakfast, getting to work, at work, getting home, dinner, relaxing before bed. Even if you bookend your day with exercise, chances are your sit-to-stand ratio is heavily tipped towards the sitting side of the equation.
Now I want you to think about the biggest chunk of time you spend sitting. Yep, it’s at your desk during work hours. 7 hours a day, maybe more. That’s a big piece of your sitting pie right there. It’s no wonder then that sit-stand desks are becoming standard issue in new offices throughout Australia. The health and happiness benefits of electric height adjustable desks are clear. Better circulation and cardiovascular health, less stress on your back and joints, less muscular tension.
Ergonomically designed with your health in mind, the sit & stand Adjustable Desk sits on top of your existing desk and can be raised or lowered in seconds.
- Can help to eliminate back pain caused by sitting at work
- Sits right on top of your existing desk
- Height adjustable with innovative gas lift function
- Sturdy and durable – holds up to 15kg with ease
With the BL890 you can get your work done without impacting your wellbeing.
Will standing at work be a difficult adjustment?
The BL890 Adjustable Standing Desk Riser sits on top of your existing desk, and the flat surface has plenty of room for your monitor, keyboard, mouse, notepad, phone and more. The gas lift mechanism lets you raise and lower your desk in seconds with almost no effort, making the transition from sitting to standing a breeze.
What’s wrong with just sitting at my desk?
New research has shown that sitting at a desk for a prolonged period of time can lead to a number of health problems. Poor posture, back pain and increased risk of weight gain and obesity have all been linked to sitting too much at work.
Are standing desks really better for you?
By standing up at your desk for longer, you can burn more calories, straighten out your back, and help your body feel less sluggish by exerting extra energy. Standing desks have even been linked to increased productivity, with studies showing that those who stand for longer have improved concentration and heightened mood
TAKE A STAND – MAKE A MOVE
Come on Australia, this is the final frontier in office health. Ok, that might be a bit strong, but it is the biggest revolution in office culture since the morning and afternoon café latte. You can add the morning and afternoon standing session to that, thank you very much.
They say change is as good as a holiday. Introduce a positive change into your workday with a sit-stand desk.