“Sitting is the New Smoking”
By Susan Sharp, Brant Basics
Research shows that sitting for as little as two continuous hours increases
Many studies show the effects of long- term sitting are NOT reversible through exercise & good habits, which means that if you eat well and work out for an hour a day, but sit for most your other waking hours, that sitting will chip away the benefits of your exercise. You are still considered sedentary.
The typical office worker has more Musculoskeletal injuries than any other industry including construction, transportation workers and the metal industry.
How do we make sense of this and fix it? Our bodies are built for movement and it keeps our bodies healthy.Continue reading