I switch between a 75cm exercise ball (without a rolling stand) and a
The desk is nothing fancy, just a 3-drawer lateral file that's about the
Using these has definitely reduced my back problems.
I also just got an anti-fatigue floor mat and that's been a nice addition.
Hope this is useful-
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 10:37 AM, Joseph Montibello <
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> I don't use one personally, but I know there are people in our library who
> have a ball on a little rolling stand - looks something like this:
> Hope this helps...
> Joe Montibello, MLIS
> Library Systems Manager
> Dartmouth College Library
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> On 3/4/13 10:06 AM, "Kevin S. Clarke" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 9:14 AM, Nunez, Robert
> ><[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >> Former colleges have also attested that using exercise balls instead of
> >>chairs also help.
> >I was reading recently of a teacher who uses exercise balls for her
> >elementary school students. That made me wonder about the possibility
> >of using it as a work chair. I don't own one, but tested it out (for
> >a short period) this past weekend at the pool/gym.
> >I'm wondering, does anyone do this and how to you find it? Do you
> >have a wall behind you or just the ball? I'm curious...