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Active Sitting in Office Work

  title={Active Sitting in Office Work},
  author={W. Grooten},
1 Citations
The Impact of Improper Body Posture on Office Workers' Health
Recent data has shown increasing rates of musculoskeletal disorders among the working community. These health-related complications are considered to be amongst the leading causes of disability, andExpand


Fundamentals of ergonomics in theory and practice.
In this paper ergonomics is defined as a discipline in its own right, as the theoretical and fundamental understanding of human behaviour and performance in purposeful interacting socio-technicalExpand
Risk of Diabetes in Subjects with Sedentary Profession and the Synergistic Effect of Positive Family History of Diabetes
Whether prolonged sitting hours in work place predisposes individuals to risk of diabetes and also to estimate risk of Diabetes in sedentary workers with a positive family history of diabetes (FHD) is assessed. Expand
Are Sitting Occupations Associated with Increased All-Cause, Cancer, and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Risk? A Pooled Analysis of Seven British Population Cohorts
Sitting occupations are linked to increased risk for all-cause and cancer mortality in women only, but no such associations exist for cardiovascular mortality in men or women. Expand
Is active sitting as active as we think?
Surprisingly, less postural sway and less muscle activity were observed during the conditions that encourage active sitting, compared with sitting on a conventional office chair. Expand
Validity of ActiGraph 2-regression model, Matthews cut-points, and NHANES cut-points for assessing free-living physical activity.
Of the ActiGraph prediction methods examined, none of them was clearly superior for estimating free-living PA compared with indirect calorimetry during a 6-hr free- living measurement period. Expand
Comparison of four specific dynamic office chairs with a conventional office chair: impact upon muscle activation, physical activity and posture.
Analysis of postures/joint angles and PAI revealed only a few differences between the chairs, whereas the tasks performed strongly affected the measured muscle activation, postures and kinematics, but these characteristics did not appear to affect the sitting dynamics of the subjects performing their office tasks. Expand
Sitting time increases the overweight and obesity risk independently of walking time in elderly people from Spain.
Sitting time increases the risk of overweight-obesity and overfat in women and therisk of central obesity in men, independently of walking time, according to a representative sample of non-institutionalized Spanish elderly population. Expand
[Prolonged bouts of sitting is a metabolic risk factor].
A prospective analysis of prolonged sitting time and risk of renal cell carcinoma among 300,000 older adults.
Prolonged sitting time was not associated with RCC risk among men and women in this large cohort of 289,512 women and men in the National Institutes of Health-AARP Diet and Health Study. Expand
Sedentary behaviors and health outcomes among adults: a systematic review of prospective studies.
Given the trend toward increased time in sedentary behaviors, additional prospective studies of high methodologic quality are recommended to clarify the causal relationships between sedentary behavior and health outcomes. Expand