The key finding was that sitting on a SitTight significantly increased heart rate and caloric expenditure as compared to sitting on a stability ball or a standard office chair. … Read More
Georgia Southern University kinesiology study published
SitTight featured on Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation on CBS
Innovation Nation traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada to learn how the SitTight chair transforms sitting into an activity that improves your health by using movement and your body’s natural ability to balance. The show explores a number of topics from … Read More
SitTight wins bronze at the 2018 Edison Awards!
SitTight listed as an Honoree for Fast Company’s 2018 World Changing Ideas Awards!
This Desk Chair Will Give Your Core a Workout
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 … Read More
This office chair will give you a core workout while you sit at a desk all day
The SitTight office chair helps users practice “balanced active sitting.” In order to sit up straight, users must engage their muscles and center their posture at all times. This chair was designed to help users workout their core muscles and also … Read More
This office chair gives you a core workout by making you balance when sitting down
SitTight is a balancing chair to keep you fit and active while at your desk
Sitting all day, everyday at work behind a desk has been proven to be as detrimental to your health as smoking cigarettes. So how do we get around it then if that’s where we need to be during the day? What if … Read More
SitTight Active Sitting Chair
Everybody knows the importance of staying active at work these days. We have already covered standing desks that can help with that. The SitTight Chair could also prove useful. It transforms sitting into an activity, engaging your muscles and focusing … Read More
Sit All Day? Consider a SitTight Chair.
You probably sit for your job. Most of us do— around 86% of us, in fact. And there’s even a disease being named after it–the oh-so-original “sitting disease.” That’s because sitting has been linked to cardiovascular disease and weight … Read More