Sitting Kills, Moving Heals: How Everyday Movement Will Prevent Pain, Illness, and Early Death - And Exercise Alone Won't Paperback – 3 Nov 2011
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In a nutshell she believes, after working on astronaut physical rehab for NASA, that regular movement is the key to longevity and fitness. After doing an experiment with stand up desks for a few months I'm inclined to agree. Either standing or sitting for long periods I've found I get problems with either joints, posture or weight gain.
Since reading this I now implement a move-every-20-minutes regime (I work at my desk four days a week), usually yoga, calisthenics or weights. I'm happier, trimmer and more flexible. She may well be on to something.
My only criticism is that it felt a bit long and could have done with a bit of trimming as it begins to feel repetitive quite quickly. Worth a download though.
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Very interesting. Everyone who works in an office all day or sits on their backside all day should read this.Published 7 months ago by Mrs Campbell