ergonomic directions and used that way. I've seen that small change make a difference to someone's posture and related health issues. But the real big thing is what they do AWAY from the desk and AWAY from work.
I know someone who sits at a desk for close to sixty hours a week working on a computer, when not on holidays. But the rest of the time he's out training for the next triathlon he's entered into. Man, talk about fit, and his wife also works at a desk and trains with him, but she does marathons.
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