You may be wondering where this is going. After reading the Backcare charity magazine I came across an article of real interest. The article in question quoted some research carried out by a Professor Hazard in 2000. He found that passive motion/movement of the lower back increased alertness in drivers in addition to reducing stiffness and pain in the lower back. Excellent news.
I immediately had a light bulb moment. We have a wobble cushion in the Sittingwell range called the Sissel SitFit Plus it creates movement in the back as you sit on it.
It’s filled with air so you are continually doing small movements that work your back and stomach muscles to actively strengthen your back. All you need to do is sit on it and get on with the rest of your day (breaks where you stand up and walk around are still of course crucial).
Taking this research into account it could mean that not only are you getting the fabulous benefits from the Sissel SitFit Plus whilst sitting but it could also be making you more alert, focussed and creative at the same time! This is because passive movement activates all the same areas of your brain that coordinate these activities.
Is there no end to the virtues of this product? After all you just sit on it and it naturally:
- Sits you in a better position.
- Improves your posture
- Strengthens your core and back muscles.
- You can do exercises on it and use it as a replacement to a wobble board..
If you would like to find out more about the SitFit Plus then watch this short video that explains all you need to know:
By now you will have a good idea if this wobble cushion is the solution you have been looking for. If so to buy the SitFit Plus follow this link.
Happy sitting and creating x