​This Desk Chair Will Give Your Core a Workout

Men Health

You’ve probably heard a lot over the years about how sitting all day can screw with your health. Being chained to your desk chair without moving can lead to back pain, weight gain, and even put you at risk for developing diseases like cancer and diabetes.

 

Its other features include an adjustable height, a mesh cushion that increases airflow, and the ability to swivel back and forth.

 

However, the concept of a balance chair isn’t new. In the 1970s, a chair was developed in Norway that you would kneel on to help your posture, and they’re still around today.

 

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