By Zoey Barkley. Office Chair. Published at Sunday, July 08th, 2018 - 12:58:11 PM.
Leather Upholstery. Things like dirt and grime do not only stick to regular upholstery, but leather upholstery as well. To clean leather upholstery the process is just a tad bit different. A vacuum will still be used initially but after you vacuum your leather upholstery you will want to then wipe with a slightly dampened cloth. Once dry, some type of leather cream or saddle soap even should be used to treat the office chair. However, don’t forget to do a spot check with whatever soap you use so that you do not ruin your office chair. This process should be repeated once every six months in order to keep the life of your chair at its max.
Kneeling Stool or Chair. A kneeling chair essentially forces you into a downward kneeling position. This seating arrangement then keeps your spine erect, therefore alleviating upper back and arm strain when working at a computer. Remember though, it's important to make sure the stool is properly adjusted to fit you or it can cause uncomfortable cramping. The one drawback of kneeling stools is that they can be hard on the knees after prolonged use. Before you buy, make sure you get one that offers ample padding on the knee pad or consider purchasing a stool with a Tempurpedic knee rest.
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.
Exercise Ball Seating. The basic principle behind an exercise ball chair is that it forces you to maintain good posture, therefore alleviating stress on your back, shoulder and arm muscles. Also, because you're holding proper posture and engaging your core muscles to stay erect, you actually also benefit from an all-day abdominal workout. However, sitting too long on an exercise ball can cause fatigue in your legs. And if you're a committed sloucher, you may still find ways to slouch over, therefore pulling on your lower back and causing significant muscle stress.
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