A Balanced Guide To Ergonomic Living And A Healthy Lifestyle.
August 28, 2017 • Kirsti Rivett
Working an 8-5 job often means putting in extra long hours, being exposed to high stress environments and a lack of sleep – all of which can take a massive toll on your body. But working a 40-hour week doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your health. In fact, there’s a lot you can do to maintain your health and fitness whilst still working your best at the office.
August 21, 2017 • Kirsti Rivett
April 24, 2017 • Andrea Boshoff
Have you heard about the concept of building agile teams? These highly skilled units of workers, hand-picked for their unique talents, are let loose by their helpful and accommodating manager to do what they do best. These groups can work faster, respond to ever-changing work environments, have unparalleled cohesion, and are able to get their jobs done with minimal oversight and maximum autonomy. Sounds like a dream come true, right? The challenges facing many modern businesses require individuals who know how to evolve, but the right team doesn't just sprout up overnight. You've got to take a few steps to...
March 29, 2017 • Anitha Iraguha
Without good posture, we can’t be physically fit Having good posture is as important as having a good diet, getting a good night's sleep, doing physical activities, having a social life... Good posture is a way of doing things better, with more energy, less anxiety and fatigue. However, too many people suffer from bad posture and the pain caused by it… But GOOD NEWS, it's possible to improve posture at any age by understanding the causes of it. Where do unhealthy/Bad postures come from? Poor posture can be developed because of accidents or falls. But bad posture can also develop...
March 28, 2017 • Eleonore Chair
These tips from StabilityAce allow you to self-test your posture: The Wall Test – Stand with the back of your head touching the wall and your heels six inches from the baseboard. With your buttocks touching the wall, check the distance with your hand between your lower back and the wall, and your neck and the wall. If you can get within an inch or two at the low back and two inches at the neck, you are close to having excellent posture. The Mirror Test (Front view) Stand facing a full length mirror and check to see if: Your shoulders...