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Best Standing Desks for Corners and Cubicles

Best Standing Desks for Corners and Cubicles

Sometimes, you have no choice but to work out of a cubicle. Nothing wrong with that! Cubicles provide personal space that allows for concentration ...

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The BEST Standing Desk: The X-Elite Pro!

The BEST Standing Desk: The X-Elite Pro!

You could spend too much on a stand up desk with tricky assembly, or you could save valuable time and money with the Stand Steady X-Elite Pro!

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10 things that happened when I got a standing desk

10 Things That Happened When I Got a Standing Desk

Find out the 10 surprising things I learned when I got a standing desk for my workstation. You know that miserable spot after you’ve had a good lunch where you just want to take a nap? Yeah? Let's solve that!

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What to Wear at Your Standing Desk!

What to Wear at Your Standing Desk!

What should you wear at your standing desk? Here at Stand Steady, we all have stand up desks, with a new fashion problem. When we use them, we stand in sometimes different and creative ways. I am talking about putting one leg up, in a modified tree pose, using the existing sitting desk as a ledge. We also stand in second position, which we learned from ballet.

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17 Deskercises for 2017

17 Deskercises for 2017

You've got your standing desk, so let’s use it to get fit at the office. I’m talking about deskercising. It’s not as cool as Jazzercize but it’s a lot more convenient, plus the Jazzercize moms intimidate me (I just got an invite to a class this weekend, and it said the instructors were sexy – ugh! Not going!) If you have a trashcan, a standing desk and a stapler, we’re ready.  

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An Ergonomist from D.C. Talks Standing Desks, Ergonomics and Habit Change

An Ergonomist from D.C. Talks Standing Desks, Ergonomics and Habit Change

Earlier this year, I got to sit down with Debra Lieberman, OTR/L, CEAS of Ergoworks Consulting, a company focused on injury prevention and providing the services of ergonomic specialists in the D.C. area. Debra started her career as an occupational therapist for adults, helping people change their environments to meet the needs of their injuries. Debra then spent time doing hand therapy at Fairfax Hospital and worked on repetitive strain injuries in outpatient clinics. Even today, she notices people are overusing their hands, especially on iPhones.

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