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THE BEAM™ by NIMBLEBACK IS COMING TO THE 2018 NEW YORK TIMES TRAVEL SHOW

Posted by Christa Geddes on 1/23/2018 to Press
About Nimbleback Inc. and The Beam™
The Beam™ is a simple self-care tool used for back exercise which may result in benefits when used with proper yoga stretching and breathing exercises. The Beam is based on yoga stretching theory and uses the breath to focus on releasing tension. Nimbleback Inc. provides an easy to follow instruction sheet to guide simple stretching. Users can use The Beam on the floor, chair or against a wall.  The exercises encourage users to breathe new life into their backs and release, relax and restore their cores.  Users can subscribe to our YouTube Channel, to receive notifications when new exercises are added. To learn more about The Beam, visit us at www.nimbleback.  
7 ON YOUR SIDE Looks at the Benefits of Standing Desks

7 ON YOUR SIDE Looks at the Benefits of Standing Desks

Posted by Fitterfirst on 1/19/2015 to Press
By Michael Finney 
Friday, January 16, 2015 08:24PM SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) 

Sitting at a desk all day can be hard on the body, and some are even calling it the new smoking, so then why not stand. It is becoming more and more common. 7 On Your Side has a guide on how to go from sitting to standing at work.

Sitting is the New Smoking

Posted by Fitterfirst on 11/14/2014 to Press
A great video from 60 Minutes Australia explaining the negative effects of sitting, and how our sedentary lifestyle is slowly killing us.
Louis Stack on CHCH: These Desk Chairs Will Help Keep You Fit

Louis Stack on CHCH: These Desk Chairs Will Help Keep You Fit

Posted by Fitterfirst on 10/20/2014 to Press
Founder of Fitterfirst Louis Stack talks about Active Office products on CHCH Hamilton.
Media Planet: Designing the Job to Fit the Worker

Media Planet: Designing the Job to Fit the Worker

Posted by Fitterfirst on 9/25/2014 to Press
Walk into an average office in Canada, and it’s likely that the chairs and desks will match, portraying a sense of unity and conformity in the organization’s employees. And yet, a more flexible ergonomic environment may be the real key to long-term workplace wellness. by: Ted Kritsonis

Sitting - The Forgotten Health Risk

Posted by Administrator on 5/6/2014 to Press
"The design of most chairs in common use today is based on ease of manufacture rather than the needs of you - the user!" Liebenson AOK Health
What is Active Sitting?

What is Active Sitting?

Posted by Administrator on 4/27/2014 to Press
You've heard of sitting on a donut when you have discomfort sitting but have you ever considered sitting on a sitting disc for fitness benefits? Helen Vanderburg www.helenvanderburg.com

Balance Training Better Than Tai Chi At Improving Elderly Mobility

Posted by Administrator on 4/27/2014 to Press
Physicians and physical therapists in recent years have explored whether tai chi, balance training programs and fitness routines can help decrease the likelihood that older adults will fall and injure themselves. Many of these programs have shown promise, but their relative value is still open to debate.

How to Sell - Balance/Wobble Boards

Posted by Administrator on 4/27/2014 to Press
Balance is of course what keeps us upright and mobile. And although one doesn't ever think about training balance, every one of your customers should because it is what allows them to run, walk, skate, ski, hike or run around after their kids.

Cardiovascular Disease & Fitness

Posted by Administrator on 4/27/2014 to Press
With a few lifestyle changes along with a heart healthy diet and exercise regimen, you can maintain a healthy heart for life!
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