Sitting Posture

Working from home has increased dramatically since COVID and there has been an increase in posture injuries associated with extended sitting/standing time at the home office. Poor sitting spine posture does not really improve when moving to a standing desk. The best passive option would be to switch from sitting to standing about every 30 minutes. A better active solution would be to improve spine/trunk strength. The video shows a seated column guided pull-down exercise where the band tension is increasing as the hands drop towards the floor. This exercise builds solid isometric anterior trunk strength and improves sitting posture strength and endurance. This seated functional trunk stability exercise can help anybody improve spine posture while sitting or standing at work.