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Joining the dots: health, energy & ergonomics.

Joining the dots: health, energy & ergonomics.

Taking time out for regular stretch breaks throughout your work day is a great way to "recharge your batteries" and reduce the negative impact of sedentary or repetitive movements on your body.

Joining the dots: ergonomics, stretch breaks & nutrition.

Joining the dots: ergonomics, stretch breaks & nutrition.

Did you know that research recommends that computer based workers take a one to two minute break to stretch and mobilise muscles, for every 30 minutes spent sitting or performing computer based work? And did you know that there is a link is between regular meals and pain and tightness?

The body mechanics of sitting: part 3.

The key take away point for people who sit for large parts of their day is to ensure that you get up from your seated position on a regular basis and take part in a movement break. Perform a few stretches and take a short walk, to help readjust your posture and stretch your muscles.