Are you sitting down? Probably. After all, the average American sits for nearly 8 hours a day.1 Between watching TV and using a computer, talking on the phone, eating, riding a bus or train, being in meetings or working at a desk, time spent sitting really adds up.
We keep hearing suggestions to sit less, and it's good advice. After all, sitting around isn't good for your weight or burning blood sugar,1 nor is it doing your back or neck any favors. But recognizing a good idea and making it happen are two different things.
Here are some thoughts about how to sit less in the new year:...