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The current trend in ergonomics has been to promote the health benefits of adjustable or sit-stand workstations. However, according to many of the latest ergonomic research, too much focus has been placed on standing more and sitting less. The more important focus should be balancing both postural positions throughout the day and working on maintaining good body posture.   This has not only been substantiated with many ergonomists, but also holds true in my many years of exp...
Posted on 2018-09-28
This article has been written in respose to: https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/how-is-lebron-james-always-one-move-ahead-lets-ask-the-scientists/2018/05/17/30e53c8e-59cc-11e8-858f-12becb4d6067_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_medium=CogniSens2E&utm_source=linkedin_company&utm_term=.a4cc81d3cd6d  The relation between cognitive science and human performance has been a hot topic over the past few years. When elite level professional athletes p...
Posted on 2018-06-19
Sitting and being stationary is something we all do on a daily basis, but for some of us sitting is worse than for others and in a lot of cases unavoidable based on your job. People who sit too much often suffer from low back pain, sciatica, elbow or neck pain to name a few. Even though sitting may be unavoidable it does not have to create new problems for you. For many of us, the most we sit is while we are at work. By improving your work station you can help improve your posture, reduce pain a...
Posted on 2018-05-18
Quality Assurance and control is an ongoing goal and challenge for many companies. Many countless hours and financial resources are dedicated towards efficient structural engineering and equipment operations.  However, the efficiency of those behind these controls, namely the employees should also be taken into account. Employees are expected to have full and undivided attention in their work.  This ability to maintain focus on specified tasks at work is rarely assessed or trained. Res...
Posted on 2018-05-18

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