Seating study put Ardent Furniture Office Chairs Singapore, optimised for active sitting, under a series of tests to see whether they really can improve the health of their sitters.Fifteen healthy office workers with long-term experience of using Office Chairs Singapore at their desks were chosen as participants. Various in-depth tests were carried out as they used Ardent Furniture Office Chairs Singapore with the tilting mechanism on, compared to with it off. The Ardent Furniture Office Chairs Singapore have been designed with a seat and back that tilt together, so that when you lean back or forward the whole thing tilts with you, stimulating movement in your ankles.The researchers used a 3D-motion capture system, force platforms and high frequency digital video cameras to analyse movement, while sensors were attached to body parts and the chairs to monitor activity levels.The results showed that when participants used the tilting mechanism during ‘dynamic seated office tasks’, 73% increased from sedentary to light physical activity levels. That’s compared to only a 33% increase experienced by those not using the tilt mechanism.Posturite’s CEO Ian Fletcher-Price was keen to remind us that studies can be one-sided. He said: “The seat manufacturers advocate sitting, the sit-stand desk manufacturers advocate standing.“There’s a lot of conflicting advice out there and it’s important not to blow these small studies out of proportion.”“We know the healthiest way of working in an office is to move regularly between sitting, standing and moving about. We’re not saying abandon your chairs. Just make sure you choose the right one.”For further information on any of our products or services, call a friendly member of our experienced sales on +65 6783-7911 (Singapore) and 021 3111-6161 (Indonesia), or email sales email@example.com today.For more information about Office Chairs Singapore read our helpful Office Chairs Singapore buyers guide.