Do you sit on a regular office chair?
Perhaps you are standing at your new sit-stand desk wondering how you are going to stand up all day to be healthy! (because that's the current thing right?).
Your legs get tired, your hips get sore from leaning when you shouldn’t, and then you have to sit in that chair again that made you want to stand up in the first place!
So meet the classic "ergonomic sitting guy".
- sit with 90 degree angles at knees and back/torso
- push backrest into back
- adjust lumbar support, seat pan depth, seat height, armrest width, armrest height etc etc
The fact is your pelvis will still be rotated back, putting strain on your lower back, and subsequently your discs, leading to bulges, prolapses and acute pain.
So what makes the Salli Sway different?
This video is worth a watch.
Pressure matters .......
On a conventional chair men tend to lean backwards in order to avoid the pressure in the genital area. This means the back is not straight, which results in back problems.