Exercise Ball Office Chair

Sitting still for too long, especially with improper posture, can be much more than uncomfortable – it can cause recurring back and neck pain, costing employees their health and employers their productivity. The shape of exercise ball office chairs make them inherently imbalanced as a seat. Because of the instability, you will engage your core muscles throughout prolonged periods of sitting. This promotes better posture, circulation and spinal health. Find a solution for an active workplace that supports your wellbeing with exercise ball office chairs!

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Exercise Ball Office Chair

Many of us spend the majority of our professional lives sitting. High quality office chairs keep clients engaged and say something about your office space. The exercise ball office chair is a unique statement piece for those pursuing an active workplace.

The anti-burst exercise ball office chair is available in (6) mesh or (9) vinyl upholstery options. 23″ tall when fully inflated, the ball chair from Safco® is designed to promote active movement throughout the day and engage major muscle groups to help combat the negative effects of inactivity. An exercise ball office chair improves stability and balance because it constantly engages the core abdominal muscles. Stronger ab muscles, in turn, protect the lower back and promote better posture.

Use as an alternative desk chair, in meeting areas or common spaces. As your muscles build strength and endurance and become familiar with the seating position, it will become easier and you will be able to use the ball for longer periods.

Another benefit about this alternative is that you can do stretches or mini-workouts whenever you want, without getting up. If you’ve ever stuck waiting for a minute or two, you can make productive use of that time with a quick workout or stretch. Because it’s much more convenient, you will probably do it more, resulting in better health. In addition, using an exercise ball will keep the blood flowing to all parts of your body throughout the day. Interested in creating an active, engaging work station?

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