By Romaine Delage. Ball Chair. Published at Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 - 14:34:11 PM.
The stable office chair on which you sit for long hours can impose various health problems in your life. Zero exercise habits and sedentary life is the harbinger of diseases. Therefore, to beat the sedentary posture, you can use the stability ball. Stability ball also known as core ball or the exercise ball that can be an excellent replacement of office chairs. While using the stability ball chair, you should use the right kind of ball size and your sitting posture should be correct as well. The thighs should be at a parallel position and they should be kept just above the floor. Considering the right size of the ball and practicing proper posture, several benefits can be attached with it.
The exercise ball chair is one of the most interesting looking contraption amongst the many ergonomic desk chairs available in the market. The chair literally comes with an exercise ball in it, encased by a surrounding frame structure. Some comes with rollers at the foot and some do not. Those that come with back rests, arm rests and rollers at the foot are the ones mainly used as work chairs at work and office. Those that have fixed legs are mostly used as home furniture, which also serve well as decorating pieces in prepping up the ambiance of the home.
The unstable surface of the fitness ball also helps most individuals improve their balance. A sense of balance is also one of the things that are diminished when you are used to the regular office life, which means you only have to sit for the next eight hours or so. Sitting on an exercise ball chair for the first time may (will) give you a wobbly feeling but over time, you may notice that your body automatically balances itself so you could sit comfortably on the ball's surface.
When you regularly sit on the ball, the postural muscles are worked on. The body also constantly makes small adjustments on the leg muscles and the abs. With the ball exercise chair, your body remains active and does not develop the poor posture associated with slumping even in so-called ergonomic desk chairs.
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