Work/Exercise Balance: Why It’s Important, and How to Achieve It
May 11th, 2022
At Ergonomyx, we care a lot about fitness and work. They can be hard to balance in day-to-day life. It’s important to find a way to keep your body moving throughout your week, without letting your work suffer for it, and it’s important to put in your best at work without letting it interfere with keeping your body healthy and active!
We’ve written a great deal on this subject, so we have plenty of ideas about how to combine good work and good health. Check out the resources below, and hopefully get some inspiration for how to make your lifestyle healthier, even with sedentary desk work!
The problem is that our world is built for sitting. It can be hard to keep yourself moving when your eight hours at work are spent sitting in the same position, and then your off-time is spent sitting as well. But the secret to staying active could be those eight hours spent at work.
When you work from home, keeping your home office workable is essential to getting things done.
Working long hours at a desk is necessary for most of us, but it comes with the risk for posture problems. The unnatural postures we hold at our desks can build up and lead to inflammation, pain and muscle strain.
If you want to live a healthy lifestyle, you've got to do more than just eat salads and exercise - you've got to counteract the effects of a sedentary environment.
People can get fatigue and exhaustion from not going to more than one place during the day, and experience reduced energy and motivation to exercise.
Exercise has been repeatedly proven to offer many different benefits. Today we’re going to explore how exercise can benefit daily productivity.
If you struggle with occupational back pain, don’t worry. We've brainstormed some preventative tactics you can use in order to limit and even prevent back pain at work.
Sedentary behavior is easily fixable. What’s important is how consistent you are as well as your willingness to improve.
Our bodies are made for movement. Unfortunately, the sedentary life that many office workers have adopted affects their health regardless of how much they eat or how much they exercise.
Read the following study about the effects of under-desk pedaling while working.
Working at a desk is a common practice in most countries. But sitting all-day from 9 to 5 can be a burden on your health.
Studies that confirm that the use of Workspace Fitness Devices are beneficial for people who spend hours and days working behind the desk and want to improve their health.
Studies show that you are less likely to fall short of your fitness goals when doing it with a partner or a team.