Sedentary Living Archive

Prevent Muscle Imbalances from Heavy Tech Use

Physiotherapist Shawn Roche shares some exercises you can do to counteract heavy computer and mobile phone use, and mentions how Osteopathy may help get rid of your aches and pains for good! Specializing in pain management and Osteopathic techniques, Shawn Roche has had many successful client outcomes and feedback since he returned to practice at Inspires Women Engineers & Leaders of Tomorrow

A big thank you going out to the organizers of IEEE WIE International Leadership Summit for hosting as the official health and fitness partner. Special thanks to Tanuja Perera from Kinetic Fitness for advocating the importance of fitness and inspiring the young women engineers and leaders of tomorrow for!

The Unexpected Physical Consequences Of Technology (TEDx Talk)

Pain is simply a signal the body is giving you to take corrective action. Dr. Eric Goodman talks about the pains many of us can relate to, and reveals a simple founder exercise you can do everyday:

Workout at Work!

Okay, so you’ve heard that sitting is the new smoking. If you’ve got an office gym or a park nearby, that’s great news. If this is an unlikely scenario where you work, it might be a good idea to include some unobtrusive stretches at your desk. If you’re too embarrassed to do anything in public, you could take a

An Infographic That Might Make You Stand Up

Don’t say we didn’t warn you. 😉

What’s Wrong with Our Relationship with Exercising?

Derek Beres on Big Think reflects on the book Movement Matters and makes a few philosophical observations as to how our relationship with movement has changed thanks to sedentary occupations and urbanization. He starts by giving the example of how we have outsourced the job of our postural muscles to our chairs. “This phenomenon extends