Research shows that humans currently spend 21 hours per day in sedentary activities such as sitting and sleeping. Our bodies are not meant for this level of inactivity. This inactive lifestyle, which is facilitated by most workplaces, comes with risks that include heart disease, obesity, diabetes and depression. Even regular exercise cannot offset the risks associated with long periods of sitting.
For employers, prolonged periods of physical inactivity that come with sitting at a desk for 8-10 hours per day can result in absenteeism, lost productivity, turnover and a high cost of benefits.
The solution starts here:
At FitneffTM our mission is to make it easy to incorporate regular movement into the workplace. We allow companies to enable employees to maintain productivity while standing or walking. By creating a healthier workplace, your company will realize greater overall benefits:
FitneffTM offers a suite of products that can be easily incorporated into the workplace and are designed to allow regular low-impact movement to break the cycle of sitting. Some examples include:
WalktopTM Treadmill Desk
Active Sitting Accessories
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