Your desk job means that you are sitting at least eight hours per day. That can’t be good for your butt.

After long sitting, muscles of the buttocks are totally inactive, because they can begin to lose their shape.

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Private coach Adam Socket says that many of his customers come just because of the result of lengthy sitting. To prevent these consequences refer to the following suggestions for proper seating and exercises:

  • Adjust the chair hips to see a higher level of knees. Hold shipways straight ahead.
  • The screen of your laptop or computer should be at eye level or slightly below it.
  • You should set the elbows in the height of the table and biblical keys to the edge.
  • If you exercise regularly there is no reason for care. Experts recommend Pilates to strengthen the body.

Long time seating curves the spine and is causing back pain. Maybe this pain will not come right away, but sitting at desk for five or six years it will.

Sitting can cause “rust” backbone or it may become less flexible. This can cause back pain.

If your hips or glutens are not working properly this will not only will hit your back, but all other parts in the body. Here belongs your knees and ankles too.

All weight didn’t fall on the big muscle- the butt, but on weaker spots like knees and ankles.

Sitting for long periods weakens blood circulation. This can cause swelling of the joints or thrombosis.

Seating may be weakened bones of the legs. By sitting, they become weaker and less frequent.

Long seating can change the shape of your butt. You’re not getting enough blood pumping and because of that the quality of your skin suffers.

Lack of blood flows at skin levels and causes loss of collagen. That can form cellulite.

You all know that sitting is bad, especially when practiced frequently. But what really happens to our bodies when we “hang” on the couch for hours? After all, sitting can cause heart disease.

Muscle burns less fat and blood flows more slowly after a long session, which fatty acids can easily clog the heart. The long and often sitting was associated with high blood pressure and high cholesterol, and heart disease.

When you stand, move or sit up straight, abdominal muscles keep you upright. But when you sit on a chair in a distorted position, they are not used.

Back muscles and “lazy” stomach muscles can alter the natural shape of the spine. Moreover, studies have shown that the slight movement of the hips is the reason behind the frequent falling of the elderly.

Muscle movement fills the brain with fresh blood and oxygen, thereby causing secretion of chemicals for better mood and better concentration. When we sit for a long time, everything slows down, even the brain.