Archive | Ergonomics


They’re not just for doctors: Medical stools can be for your workspace too!

Posted on 16 March 2013 by Michael


So a lot of you got some pretty cool work spaces where you need to zip around back and forth between benches to get stuff done. Typical chairs are cool but you know as well as I do that sometimes the arms can get in the way and be a real pain in the butt. What’s the solution?

How about medical stools?

You can zip around back and forth in between benches tables and computers as fast as you want and you don’t have to worry about any arms getting in the way. You can even adjust the height too.

Get yourself one of these medical stools here.

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Take The Pain Out Of Computing, Get A Real Chair

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Take The Pain Out Of Computing, Get A Real Chair

Posted on 09 June 2011 by Michael

Any nerd worth his weight in wireless keyboards will tell you that the crappiest thing about being on a computer all day everyday are those annoying kinks and pains we get in our shoulders, back, wrist, elbows and any other assorted body parts.

That’s where learning about ergonomics (the study of designing stuff to fit perfectly with the human body in a way that doesn’t cause us pain) can come in real handy. Ergonomics is not something most people who use computers in their daily work  pay much attention too until it’s too late and we incur some sort of repetitive use injury, which itself can be a real pain in the ass.

So what do you do?

Well you learn about ergonomics and follow some basic ergonomic tips like sitting with your back  straight up and down, keeping your forearms and wrist in one straight line parallel to the floor and keeping your head up and neck straight eyes forward, which may mean raising your monitor to keep your head in that position.

One thing that really helps  is getting a great chair that supports your back and provides lower lumbar support. Never underestimate the value of a great chair when it comes to keeping you healthy and staying in front of your computer instead of a hospital bed.

Purchase the Aeron Chair by Herman Miller – Highly Adjustable Graphite Frame – with PostureFit – Carbon Classic (Medium) at Amazon

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Multiple Display Arms – Set up your workspace

Posted on 26 April 2011 by Michael

Sometimes having more then one monitor in your workspace is a luxury your small desk may not have room enough to handle, but fear not. There are a wide assortment of display arms and mounts available today that can solve your multiple monitor needs.

These display arms mount easily to the back of your desk giving you the ability to hang however many monitors you need.

Check out some of the display mounts and arms available at TigerDirect. They’ve got a large assortment of arms and mounts that will suit the needs of just about any workstation. Whatever multi monitor needs you have they’re sure to have a solution that will solve your small space problems and give you the multi monitor workspace setup you’ve always wanted.

Check out all the display mounts and arms available at TigerDirect.

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