Stretching for desk workers

This one’s for all of our desk sitters—our peeps who work their a***s off behind the screens. Sitting at a desk all day causes a bunch of body issues that you may not realize. We’ve put together some tips to help you stay loose, even at your 9-5.

Sitting down is serious work

Did you know that on average adults spend 6.5 hours sitting every day?? It's not natural, and stiffness, soreness and chronic pain are the result. Extended sitting has also been linked to health concerns including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

Get Low (back pain out of your life)!

Save the getting low for the weekend, and low back pain for... well, never. Low back pain caused from sitting is usually caused by poor posture, combined with the stress sitting puts on your back. Some tips to help...

Thumbs up to healthy hands

This is for anyone who spends a lot of time on their phones or laptops. Technology related thumb and wrist problems are seriously on the rise, so what can you do?

Say 'No' to neck pain

Neck pain comes from sitting at a desk, poor posture, heavy bags and particularly texting. Text neck is a modern ailment caused by looking down at your devices while you text, work or watch. Did you know millennials are growing 'horns' at the back of their skulls due to the pressure this exerts on the neck and spine? Don't want to grow horns? Try this...

Hyperice Hypersphere vibrating massage ball

Hip hip hooray!

Sitting at your desk all day puts a lot of pressure on your hip flexor, as muscles tighten and blood-flow is restricted. We’ve put together some tips to help you celebrate the end of your hip pain.

Stop your aches & pains at the source

How do you prevent these sitting pains before they appear? Fix the problem at the source - your desk set up. Make sure to set yourself up for success and relieve pains you carry around throughout your day.

Here are some easy changes you can make and some tools to help.