The effect of office chair backrest design on the body's metabolic response to office work

@inproceedings{Freier2009TheEO,
  title={The effect of office chair backrest design on the body's metabolic response to office work},
  author={Stephen H. Freier},
  year={2009}
}
THE EFFECT OF OFFICE CHAIR BACKREST DESIGN ON THE BODY’S METABOLIC RESPONSE TO OFFICE WORK Stephen H. Freier, B.S.M.E. Marquette University, 2009 Most office chairs have a backrest that is wider at the shoulders than at the hips. Recently, a new office chair was developed that has a backrest that is narrower at the shoulders and wider at the hips (upwardly tapered backrest). The upwardly tapered backrest should allow users to increase their ventilatory efficiency, compared to a conventional… CONTINUE READING

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