Standing for extended periods can be very tiring. Steppie is a balance board that enables users to stand at a sit/stand solution more comfortably by encouraging minimal movement, which is less tiring than standing still. The slightest body movement such as reaching for something or looking to one side causes the Steppie to tip, thus activating the body's core in order to maintain balance.
Features Steppie is the perfect addition for yourheight adjustable desk or workstation. Steppie features stylish and simple design that helps improve fitness while you work - burn more energy! Dynamic movement makes standing for longer periods easier and less tiring.
Benefits Allows you to stand for longer periods - little movement is less tiring than standing still. Improves circulation. Promote a natural posture. Activate and train core musculature. Burn more calories and reduce muscular tension.
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Business today depends upon innovation, creativity, ideas. So we had an idea: design a chair that helps you innovate, create and come up with the ideas that keep your company growing – minds and bodies in motion.
The Herman Miller Sayl Chair is inspired by the principles of suspension bridges, the frameless back of the SAYL work chair encourages a full range of movement while the suspension back material keeps you cool, all with an extremely small environmental impact.
The Herman Miller Aeron Chair is a balance of ergonomics and style, with an imaginative design, fast-forward ergonomics and a look so distinctive that it's probably the only office chair that people can identify by name.
Precisely because of the more mobile way people work today, the designers of the Mirra original chair found there was still value in the concept of a highly individualised personal chair. While the designers retained the athletic attitude and intuitive adjustments of the original,