Motion – Electric Height Adjustable Desks

MOTION – SIT / STAND DESKS

Working in the office we spend our time sitting more than ever before. That is why we need to seriously consider our well-being in the workplace and the factors influencing it. Our bodies are not designed to stay in one position for a long time, therefore we need to move and be active. Standing up for a few hours throughout the day can have a positive impact on our health and work efficiency. MOTION enables you to easily change your position from sitting to standing. Regularly changing your body position enhances well-being and concentration. This desking system with single and bench desks is created for flexible work organization and is well-adjusted for individual work and collaboration.

MOTION – smart solutions suited for each user’s daily needs in the workplace.

Sliding tops for cable management
Easy slide tops to allow open access to your power and data supplies.
Acoustics and Concentration
Adding screens to your desks help cut down noise and maintain concentration.
Easy Height Adjustment
Choose from manual to automatic presets for your favourite heights

WHY OPT FOR A SIT STAND SOLUTION?

There are two main reasons for looking at a sit-stand desk solution. The ability to sit and stand during the average working day has huge health benefits to the user and it’s this active working style that encourages increased staff productivity and reduced absenteeism. Major international research over recent years has produced evidence that sitting for more than 4 hours a day leads to:

  • Disrupted blood sugar levels
  • Increased insulin
  • Increased blood pressure levels
  • Enzymes responsible for burning harmful blood fats shutting down
  • Leg muscles switch off

It doesn’t matter what your level of physical activity, the result leads to an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, weight gain and back ache. Having the ability to sit, stand, sit, stand during the working day dramatically improves your health and wellbeing.* *Data source: www.getbritainstanding.org