What Makes Ergonomic Office Chairs Different?
Ergonomic chairs are designed to support the body, specifically the spine, so you can sit for prolonged periods of time supported and without pain. The following are taken into consideration before these types of chairs can be called ergonomic: back support, comfort level, movement, and distribution of weight.
Here are some other ways ergonomic chairs are the best choice for your in-person or at-home office:
- Mobilizes the joints of the hip, pelvis, and spine.
- Encourages core activation.
- Improves posture.
CoreChair is the only ergonomic chair option we’d recommend to be honest because this chair promotes movement and encourages proper spinal alignment.
CoreChair sets itself apart from other ergonomic chairs in the game as it has a pelvic support cushion made from memory foam to help encourage proper pelvis alignment. It also gives you the ability to move around on the chair, which stimulates blood flow, mobilizes your joints, and strengthens your core muscles. Studies from the Mayo Clinic/Arizona State University concluded that passive sitting on CoreChair with incidental movement resulted in a 20% higher increase in caloric expenditure when sitting on a conventional ergonomic chair. So, if you want to burn calories while at work, this chair is the chair to get you started.