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Involving little exercise or physical activity, or known as Sedentary, has become increasingly linked to behaviours which result in negative outcomes such as:
Literature review of the hazards of sedentary work was produced by Professor Leon Straker and Doctor Pieter Coenen of Curtin University, Perth, Australia, Professor David Dunstan of the Baker IDI, Melbourne, Australia, and Doctor Nicholas Gilson and Doctor Genevieve Healy of The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Click here for the full review
The illustration to the right demonstrates the aim of reducing sedentary work throughout a typical day from morning to the afternoon by interrupting sedentary behaviour by introducing bouts of standing, exercising (such as walking) with the aim to address both productivity and healthy wellbeing.
This report recommends sitting with alternativing standing every 30minutes greatly reduces the accumulation of sedentary time