Take a Stand for Your Health

Do your bones and joints a favor by switching between sitting, standing and moving throughout the day.

Standing is better than sitting because we have the benefits of motion, says Cleveland Clinic physical therapist Adam Kimberly, DPT. Your muscles are working when you stand. But you shouldnt stand all day either. Static positioning of any kind for long periods of time is not good. Variety is the key, he says.
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