Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 00:42:27 AM. . By Ellis Carnes.
Make sure the office chair provides proper back support. Your back should be comfortably supported to maintain an erect posture. Make sure the chair can adjust to different posture positions. Review the tilt. A good office chair should accommodate a number of different tilt options to accommodate different seating positions throughout the day. Also, check to make sure the tilting tension can be adjusted. Tilting back in an office chair should be easy, but there should be some tension. You’ll need to adjust this based on your height, weight, and needs.
When choosing an exercise ball chair, it's important to select one that's properly sized for you. A chair that's too big will raise you too high over the keyboard, forcing you to rest your wrists as you type. A chair that's too low will force your thighs and knees up while your arms strain to reach the desk. Most balls come in optional 45 cm, 55 cm, 65 cm or 75 cm dimensions, so choose accordingly.
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