Discover interesting patterns of work from home habits in this report on the results of the Posturite ‘Move It!’ homeworking survey. Includes commentary from a Professor in Sedentary Behaviour.
This infographic shares new research about how active or sedentary we are when we work from home. Do we sit too much? Active working is the way forward...
This poster series shares top tips for staying mentally and physically healthy at work. We all need reminders to look after ourselves during our busy work schedules – if we don’t, it could lead to burnout which is of course counter-productive!
Whether you have a sit-stand desk or not, research shows that you can greatly reduce your risk of ill health by moving more throughout the working day.
At home, how do you break up your working day? Do you move between sitting and standing and get moving? Meet some of the UK homeworkers who stand up for periods throughout the day to work, in a bid to be less sedentary for better health and wellbeing.
Incorporating self-care into our daily routines can benefit our mental and physical health and help increase workplace productivity. Get the tips on how to improve workplace wellbeing here.
A fascinating new study by the University of Leicester on reducing office workers’ sitting time is out. How does using height-adjustable desks, known by some as ‘standing desks’, affect physical, biochemical, psychological, and work-related health and performance?
Want to increase productivity at your company? Nudge your team to move more while they work. Yes, it’s really that simple!
Muscles are a hot topic at Posturite. As is sport! We look at which muscles we work in four sports and what sportspeople can teach us that we can use in business. We learn from sport psychology about strategy, the competitive spirit and more.