Does sitting on an exercise ball help in good body posture?

Sitting on an exercise ball burns more energy than sitting on an office chair, but no evidence is still available that it improves posture. In addition, the extra caloric expenditure is minimal — roughly 30 extra calories in a typical workday. In addition,  a 2009 British study found that prolonged sitting on a therapy ball led to just as much slumping and “poor sitting position” as a desk chair. For greater improvement in caloric expenditure and posture, check FLOW: www.thewavecorporation.com

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