The ‘Goldilocks Principle’: designing physical activity at work to be ‘just right’ for promoting health

@inproceedings{Straker2018TheP,
  title={The ‘Goldilocks Principle’: designing physical activity at work to be ‘just right’ for promoting health},
  author={Leon Straker and Svend Erik Mathiassen and Andreas Holtermann},
  booktitle={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2018}
}
Physical activity is generally accepted to promote good health. However, it is well documented that the wrong type of physical activity can be bad for health in both occupational and leisure contexts. For example, too much mechanical force can lead to musculoskeletal injury, too frequent activity can lead to fatigue and too prolonged standing can lead to varicose veins. Similarly, too little force can lead to bone and muscle loss, too infrequent moderate/vigorous physical activity can lead to… CONTINUE READING
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