Today's desks force you to move to your work.
NEXpostureⓇ brings the work to you.
Today’s ergonomic chairs effectively promote comfortable and healthful active sitting – but today's desks do not as they lock computer users into place causing discomfort along with neck and back pain. The incongruity between the chair and the desk means that moving from one posture to the next puts you completely out of visual and reach alignment with your desktop technology.
NEXposture’s patented adjustable desktop moves with you and your ergonomic chair while maintaining preferred eye-to-monitor and hand-to-input device distance – no matter your changing posture.
Free yourself from your static, forward-sitting unhealthy slump. Treat your body to healthful postures, movement, motion and unimaginable comfort with NEXposture.
"As a graphic designer, I spend most of my day in front of my computer, most often sitting with a bad posture. NEXposture allows me to adjust my position often and keep moving, so I'm no longer dealing with the back pain and stiff joints that I experienced with my old desk. NEXposture has been a game changer for my day in the office!" - Mike K, KOW DesignLearn More
Standing desks are good, NEXposture makes them great!
Height adjustable desks are key to establishing proper elbow height for computer keying and line of sight for monitor viewing. The preferred worksurface height for someone sitting who is 4' 9 tall may be 23" high while someone 6' 3" may prefer a height of 30".
It’s important to alternate between sitting, standing and walking, but standing for too long can contribute to swollen feet, lower limb muscle fatigue, leg cramps and low back pain. The key to standing is moderation, so active users of sit/stand desks may spend 25-30% standing and 70-75% sitting. Trouble is, sitting at the computer slumped forward for the majority of time while using a standing desk is far from healthful or comfortable today.
With the infinitely adjustable NEXposture, people can now healthfully sit, stand, move and take workplace comfort and health to a completely new level – 100% of the time.
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Forward Slumping vs. Reclined Postures
When slumping forward at a standard desk for 50% of the day, gravity increases the weight of the head and stretches (strains) neck muscles and tendons which can lead to injury involving micro-tears and swelling. It also adds 40% additional pressure to the lumbar region which often leads to low back pain and injury.
When assuming a 110-115 degree reclined posture with NEXposture, the neck flexes automatically to balance the head’s center of gravity above the bottom of the neck, reducing neck and shoulder muscle activity and strain. Even better, moving frequently between different levels of recline moves the neck and spine through its range of motion which reduces static stress and increases circulation.
Customizable. Comfortable. Healthful.
Compared to 90 degree upright sitting, semi-reclined sitting at 110-115 degrees is more comfortable & can reduce muscle activity & spinal disc pressure by 20%.
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