Nowadays we sit for an average of 7.5 hours a day and are physically inactive during this time. CoreChair combines sitting with activity and therefore promotes well-being, strengthens muscles, improves posture thus increasing performance and concentration levels.
Strengthening upper body musculature
Increasing circulation to the legs with targeted movements in the back
Increased stability through tension and relaxation
This technology means our pelvis, in particular, is constantly moving and this equalising movement results in better posture.
Active sitting on CoreChair stimulates circulation and activates and strengthens the stabilising core muscles. In turn, this prevents the negative consequences that come with inactivity and a sedentary state. By working the muscles, CoreChair also has a training effect that reduces the risk of back and neck pain.
Staying physically active
Inactivity is at the core of modern life: long hours at work without the stimulation of short walks at break times, followed by sitting down for a drink in the evening or settling ourselves for a cosy few hours on the sofa. Unfortunately, working conditions and habits do not meet our body’s needs.
The vital systems of the human body are designed for movement, physical exertion and periods of rest. It’s only by reaching a balance that we can achieve optimal performance and remain focussed at work.
A healthy spine requires a range of movements to mobilise the joints, strengthen the core muscles and supply the intervertebral discs.
Supporting our vital systems
Movement stimulates circulation, the lymphatic system and blood flow. This is important for the functioning of our vital systems.
Movement stimulates the flow of blood to the brain and increases the transport of oxygen and glucose, thus improving cognitive performance.