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The Benefits of Active Sitting

The Benefits of Active Sitting

The Benefits of Active Sitting

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Want a few years back in life?

An age-old question the world keeps asking itself: how can we feel our best while aging? The answer is simple. Stay active! As we age, our lives begin to slow down, and we find ourselves sitting for a majority of our day. Sitting for too long can lead to health issues, and because of that, it is important to get moving and stay moving throughout the day. Active sitting can help increase exercise without decreasing work or relaxation time. The Department of Health and Human Services advises us all to do some form of physical activity for 30 minutes every day. Physical activity can help decrease the chance of any cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and pain in daily functions. Just 30 minutes of exercise a day has the potential to change our length of life, and it can all start with active sitting!

  1. Cubii JR2 under desk elliptical
    Cubii JR2
    USD $249.00
    • Whisper-quiet compact seated elliptical that lets you get fit while you sit™
    • Features our new ZeroGravitii Flywheel™ for a smooth, low-impact motion that burns over 5X the calories of standing
    • 25% lighter and 10% more compact*, the Cubii JR2 is easy to position and fits perfectly by the couch or under almost any desk
    • Includes an LCD monitor that displays distance pedaled, calories burned, minutes active, and rotations per minute in real-time
    • Features an Attachable ChairLock to prevent your desk chair from rolling away while you pedal
    • Get the most from your elliptical by joining Cubii Studio+, our online exercise platform that includes 300+ on-demand exercise classes
    • Included with your JR2: attachable ChairLock™, batteries for display, and non-slip workout mat

    *Compared to the previous generation

Active sitting can be the perfect way to exercise from the comfort and safety of home.

Exercising can help decrease LDL (bad cholesterol) out of the blood system and create more HDL (good cholesterol) to circulate throughout the body. Higher HDL means less chance of a stroke, a heart attack, or just feeling sluggish. It also reduces blood pooling in your lower limbs which can cause Peripheral Artery Disease, a disorder that causes extreme pain in the legs and makes it harder to move. So what is active sitting? It’s when you are working at your desk or watching a show on TV and continuing to move while sitting. Here is how we can help. We’ve created a line of comfortable floor elliptical devices that are perfect to help you move while sitting, allowing you to pedal exercise while focusing on something else. Using your Cubii elliptical helps you continue to enjoy the things in your life that matter most while still moving your body. All you have to do is put the floor elliptical in front of your favorite seat and focus on your daily tasks while actively sitting. It is the perfect two in one! To help get you started, we offer exercise cards and DVDs on our website and even live and on-demand exercise classes available to add to your purchase or within the Cubii mobile app.

  1. aqua cubii foot peddler elliptical
    Cubii JR2+
    USD $279.00
    • Getting active, staying active, and reaching your wellness goals just got easier! Our newest model is compact, lightweight, and Bluetooth-enabled to seamlessly track your progress in the Cubii mobile app
    • Offers a low-impact elliptical motion that helps burn calories, targets the lower body and obliques, and can help increase leg strength, mobility, and your daily activity level
    • Features a built-in handle and less than 20 lb. lightweight build allowing you to easily pick up, carry, and position your Cubii JR2+ under your desk or at your favorite seat
    • Tracks your strides, distance, speed, active time, and calories burned, on the LCD display monitor and in the Cubii mobile app via Bluetooth
    • Comes easy to assembled – all you need to do is attach the pedals to the unit; we even provide the screwdriver!

We are here to help.

While exercising at your desk or on the couch, you can easily hit the 30 minutes a day movement goal. Exercising will help decrease the risk of potential diseases and motivate you to become more active while you are seated. It does not matter how you get your body moving. All that matters is that you continue to exercise daily. But from our experience, the Cubii mini elliptical is the perfect place to start!


Do you have questions? Contact us today. We're happy to assist you in finding the perfect compact seated elliptical to help you stay active while you sit.

  1. Cubii Go
    Cubii Go
    USD $299.00
    • Includes our largest ZeroGravitii™ Flywheel to offer the smoothest low-impact exercise of all seated ellipticals
    • Features a retractable handle, built-in wheels, and is made 25% lighter for the ultimate portability and convenience
    • Easy to read and use, Cubii Go™ features an illuminated display and built-in office chair wheel cup to prevent rolling
    • Get the most from your elliptical by joining Cubii Studio+, our online exercise platform that includes 300+ on-demand exercise classes
    • Manually connects to the Cubii mobile app to track your strides, mileage, active time, and calories burned
    • Included with your Go: batteries for display

Sources

Triglav, J., Howe, E., Cheema, J., Dube, B., Fenske, M. J., Strzalkowski, N., & Bent, L. (2019). Physiological and cognitive measures during prolonged sitting: Comparisons between a standard and multi-axial office chair. Applied Ergonomics, 78, 176–183. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2019.03.002

Piercy, K. L., & Troiano, R. P. (2018). Physical activity guidelines for Americans from the US Department of Health and Human Services. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, 11(11). https://doi.org/10.1161/circoutcomes.118.005263

Doroff, C. E., Langford, E. L., Ryan, G. A., & Snarr, R. L. (2019). Effects of Active Sitting on Reading and Typing Task Productivity. International journal of exercise science, 12(5), 1216–1224.