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  • So this other piece of exercise equipment for the office – the exercise ball desk chair – not only is it ergonomic it also has as an added bonus that you can remove the stability ball from the chair base and exercise with it!

    One of the biggest arguments against using exercise balls as desk chairs is that balls lack the adjustability and support that a proper ergonomic--by its very definition, “stable”--chair provides. Features that an ergonomic chair may have that a ball cannot provide include adjustable seat depth and angle, lumbar support and armrests.

  • Arguments against using exercise balls as desk chairs include the risk of falling off the ball; excessive strain from continued muscular exertion; the fact that one can slump just as easily on an exercise ball as in a chair; the lack of support for those with back injuries; and the potential risk of a sudden deflation.

    So this other piece of exercise equipment for the office – the exercise ball desk chair – not only is it ergonomic it also has as an added bonus that you can remove the stability ball from the chair base and exercise with it!

  • An exercise ball desk chair constantly engages your abdominal muscles, which helps strengthen your core, and improves your posture and balance. But along with the benefits come some risks. Sitting on the ball for long periods can cause lower back discomfort, muscle fatigue and spinal shrinkage. Experts tend to disagree on the pros and cons of using a ball chair for prolonged periods; it's not for everyone and should be used with caution. For the best experience, select the right size and test the size for a perfect fit.

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One of the biggest arguments against using exercise balls as desk chairs is that balls lack the adjustability and support that a proper ergonomic--by its very definition, “stable”--chair provides. Features that an ergonomic chair may have that a ball cannot provide include adjustable seat depth and angle, lumbar support and armrests.