It is widely known that sitting for long periods of time can increase exposure to significant health risks like obesity and cardiovascular disease. Many workers seek to mitigate these risks through regular weekly exercise, such as high-intensity training.
However, continuing research suggests that those who exercise regularly may not be as successful as they think in offsetting the effects of prolonged sitting. As it turns out, prolonged sitting carries its own intrinsic risk even for otherwise fit individuals. Read about the current research and find out about the importance of practices like standing frequently and maintaining good posture here: CLICK HERE for the full article.