Learn How Active Sitting Can Improve Your Health On Forbes Living with CoreChair

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CoreChair is helping people look better, feel better, and live better by delivering high-performance active sitting.

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CoreChair, a brand new office chair that will change the way how people sit will be launching in early 2015. The founder, Patrick Harrison demonstrated recently the CoreChair on Forbes Living with host Forbes Riley on December 16th.

A recent study shows that the average person sits for about 12 hours a day, whether it be at work in the car or at home. With 80% of the population currently suffering from back problems it is no wonder there are countless articles about how sitting is now regarded as a "silent killer" which brings numerous health problems.

CoreChair is the new solution to help combat this major issue. It has been in development for over 7 years with its aim to bring active sitting to main stream use. This chair was designed based on the range of motion from an exercise ball and it features a low back and sculpted seat to fully support and embrace the pelvis. With the chair constantly in motion it does not allow your body to seize up or stiffen as it will remain limber making the transition from sitting to standing effortless.

They key difference in the CoreChair is its full range of motion that it offers that engages your core while providing the stability a balance ball can not.

To see the CoreChair in action check it out here Forbes Living.

To learn more about CoreChair and the benefits of active sitting for your lifestyle, please visit http://www.corechair.com.

About CoreChair

CoreChair is world's answer to fighting the sitting disease epidemic. With over 7 years of research and development completed this chair's patented design fully enables its users to engage in active sitting promoting a healthier lifestyle.

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