By now, just about everyone know that sitting all day every day isn’t the healthiest behavior, but it can be hard to figure out the best solution for the problem. If your job requires you to be at your computer for 8 hours a day, what should you do to get yourself out of your seat?
There are apps that come along with the iPhone or the Apple Watch that will remind you to get up and move around, but some of us aren’t the techie type, or maybe being told by a robotic voice when to walk around doesn’t fit well with our need to be near the phone or email.
And standing desks are starting to be popular among many people, but being on your feet all day can seem daunting for someone who’s used to having a comfortable chair, and how do you know which one will work for you before you actually use it?
It’s challenging, but Cushman & Wakefield Office Tenant Advisory Executive Director Ken Ashley has spent a good deal of time looking at some options and working his way into his own solution, along with thinking about a good approach that can help you in your own office. Watch the video above to hear more from him about his experience, and how you can learn from the progress he’s made so far.
Ken Ashley is an Executive Director with C&W Atlanta’s Office Tenant Advisory practice. An active blogger, you can read more of his take on commercial real estate trends at CommercialTenantResource.com, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter at @kenashley.