They say that sitting down is hard to do
86,400. The number of seconds in a day.
28,800. The number of those seconds spent sleeping (hopefully).
This means there are approximately 57,600 daily seconds subjected to voluntary body positioning. That's 57,600 conscious decisions to walk, run, slouch, jump, slide to the left, slide to the right, criss-cross, now everybody clap your hands.
While the initial decision is intentional, the length of interval spent in said position can vary from jiffys to kes (both bonafide scientific units of time, for real).
Where things get tricky is exactly what impact these settings have on the body.
If sitting is the new smoking, stand up desks are the new vaping sans Essence of Pineapple breath and man bun.
Just a few of the problems with extended bum bearing:
Desk jockeys, google "stand up desk".
Teamsters, take more frequent pit stops.
And remember, If you don't use it, you lose it.
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