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New Wellness Switch from Biomorph Standing Desks Encourages Users to Stand While Working & Counts the Number of Calories Burned to Increase Health Benefits at Work
Date:10/22/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 22, 2013

Biomorph, a pioneer of ergonomic office furniture since 1995, including high-quality, adjustable standing desks, announces the release of the Wellness Switch, a small device that not only acts as the height controller for motorized desks, but also motivates its user to stand by regularly reminding them to change their position from sitting to standing and counting the number of calories they burn by doing so. The Wellness Switch can be included when purchasing a selection of the premium adjustable desks from Biomorph and allows you to set and achieve goals for reducing the amount of time you spend sitting, contributing to weight loss and overall improved health.

Stephen Barlow-Lawson, Biomorph’s owner and Design Director, explained that by improving the way people engage with their adjustable standing desks, the Wellness Switch benefits its users in several different ways.

“It’s one thing to own an adjustable standing desk and it’s another thing to actually use the desk as it was intended,” Barlow-Lawson said. “When we get caught up in our work, it’s easy to lose track of our posture or to remember to change our working position. With the Wellness Switch, however, you can actually set the device to remind you when to stand, as many times a day as you like. The fact that the Switch counts the number of calories you burn while standing is motivation to change your position more often, not to mention a great tool to help you achieve weight loss goals, as standing can burn up to 60 calories per hour.”

The Wellness Switch is now available at Biomorph Ergonomic Furniture for no charge when purchasing premium desk models such as Level2Plus, Flexo Series and Maxo Series, or for just $145 as an add-on for existing desks that qualify. Those intereste
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