Day Martin was just like you...She was working in a cube at a big corporation, and paying her bills. Then, on New Year’s Day in 2012, Day was on her way to the gym when she was in a car accident. She suffered minor back pain and was uncomfortable sitting at work all day. An inventor at heart, Day decided to create her own makeshift standing desk out of cardboard boxes. Soon, her back felt better.
Co-Workers started taking notice...They asked for standing desks of their own, so Day decided to take her savings and start her own standing desk company. With exponential success and growth, here we are now!
Now. We offer a full suite of innovative ergonomic office products tailored for today’s workers. We know you want to work differently, to break up the monotony, to move around more, and get your mind and body connected.
Stand Steady. Because your back is our back. Make your work space better, safer, and healthier than you ever dreamed possible. We have your back.
You know how they say – go big or go home? This is for those of you who want to GO BIG! So get ready to “tranzen” your workspace with the Tranzendesk! It’s easy to crank your new desk to sit or stand. This gives you the ability to stretch, do yoga, or have a dance party at your new space. Guaranteed to bring “zen” to any office.
Electric Standing Desk It’s electric! (Boogie Woogie) Ever want to dance the Electric Slide at your desk? Well now you CAN with your new Stand Steady Electric Standing Desk. This is the perfect sit to stand desk for anyone with...View full product details
Back pain is very common and can be aggravated by actions at the office. Prevent back pain and find good posture with these simple steps.
STANDING POSTURE. If you work at a standing desk, stand with feet hip width apart and tuck your pelvis slightly. Relax your shoulders, and keep your elbows at a 90-degree angle. Pro-Tip: It’s so important to stand on an anti-fatigue mat.
Here’s the thing – I’ve been out of college and sitting in my office cubicle for 2 years and then I took the leap of faith to transition to a sit/stand desk. I read somewhere on some blog on some fitness site that even if I work out – it still would not take away the harmful effects of sitting on my behind all day