With the ability to move or rock freely, the Wobble Stool can help improve your focus and your memory. Studies show that the rocking motion can help calm the brain and facilitate concentration. While this will benefit everyone, the movement is especially helpful for tactile and kinetic learners of all ages!
By constantly engaging your core to stay balanced, you strengthen your core muscles; strengthening these muscles protect and strengthen your lower back as well. The Wobble Stool can be adjusted anywhere from 18 – 25.5 inches. Set it to the height you're most comfortable with and begin balancing right away.
Better posture goes hand in hand with your improved stability and balance. The design of the Wobble Stool forces you to sit up straight in order to balance. This is a great tool for correcting your posture – giving you the ability to sit and walk taller. Not to mention, it’s a great accessory for those of you who have standing desk. If you ever need a short break, simply adjust the height of your stool and keep working!
Many ergonomic chairs that offer similar benefits can get quite pricey and sometimes can cost over $400! Keep an eye out for our special discounts and promotions coming soon with Stand Steady's new Wobble Stool.
I’ve been using our Up Wobble Stool for over a month now and I can honestly say it has been a lot of fun to use! The stool can rock, wobble, and spin so it has been much easier to move around. It comes in numerous different great colors so it really brightens up my office.
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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