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If you’re a knowledge worker – someone who sits at a desk analyzing data, writing code or editing copy – then you might find that switching to a standing-height desk offers physical and mental benefits.
Fidget, twist, do a little dance at your desk – it’s easier to build movement into your day when you’re not melted on a chair.
Many knowledge workers feel an increase in focus while they stand, including heightened attention to detail and a sense of urgency.
One of the most common reasons people seek out a standing desk is to reduce back pain by reducing stress placed on the lower spine while sitting.
If you’re prone to poor sitting posture and letting the chair support most of your body, standing will challenge your core and leg muscles in new ways.
Try standing today using stuff you have laying around your home or office.Start standing – today!
Podiums for classrooms and movable desks for dynamic offices.Standing desks on wheels
Place on top of your existing desk and turn any sturdy surface into a standing desk.Converters, platforms and risers
Hand-crank and fully motorized adjustable desks in a variety of sizes and finishes.Adjustable standing desks
You’ll need a break once in a while – here’s our list of recommended chairs and stools.Standing desk chairs
Anti-fatigue mats, monitor stands, and more.Browse accessories
We evaluate standing desks, chairs and accessories.