Is sitting unhealthy?

You eat a quick breakfast at the dining table and then take the car to work. You spend the whole day at the office, sitting at the computer, alternated with a few meetings or customer visits. Then you return home by car and end up on the couch in front of the television at the end of the day.View More

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Standing whilst working is not without risk

It is now common knowledge that prolonged sitting can cause health problems. The less we sit, the better. So, should we all stand up whilst working?View More

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Dynamic Working

It is now recognised that prolonged sitting is bad for your health. That is why companies and organisations are increasingly interested in dynamic working. But how do you put this into practice?View More

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Regular activity breaks

After a long, sedentary day at the office, you still have a chance of developing health problems even if you do some form of sport in the evening. Therefore, it is important to interrupt prolonged periods of sitting with regular activity breaks.View More

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Step by step guide to an ergonomic workplace

Did you know that over a third of Dutch employees suffer from RSI complaints at one time or another? We already know that the layout of a workstation has a big influence on this. So why do we fail to put this knowledge into practice?View More

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Healthy work practices with a tablet? It is possible!

There are no restrictions with a tablet, you can work anywhere. Whether you are in the train or on the couch, you can easily check your documents. Working flexibly brings so much variety and movement with it. You would think this would be good news! But there is also a downside: ergonomic problems can arise with long-term tablet use. Read on to learn how this happens and what you can do about it.View More

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Increase your comfort with a laptop raiser

It is not easy to adjust a laptop to your own physical requirements, especially regarding the height and distance of the screen and the operation of the mouse (touchpad). As a result, most people adopt a hunched over posture when working at a laptop that can cause neck and shoulder complaints. Should you throw away your laptop? Not necessary! With a laptop stand and the right tools you can still create a healthy workplace.View More

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Working at a desktop: 6 tips

Do you work at a desktop? Then you probably have a fixed workstation. The big advantage of having your own workstation is that it can be fully adjusted to suit your own requirements and physical measurements. With the correct settings in place, you are unconsciously stimulated to adopt a healthy posture. But how do you do that?View More

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Avoid strain when working at a screen: 5 factors in the workplace

We spend more and more time behind a screen. When it comes to ergonomics, this is not without risk: almost a quarter of the workforce worldwide has RSI complaints. What are the effects of screen work on your health? And how can you avoid strain complaints? R-Go Tools investigated this for you.View More

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How do you choose the ideal ergonomic keyboard?

If you follow our blog, you know that there are many different ergonomic keyboards on the market. This does not make your search for the ideal keyboard any easier. R-Go Tools gives you tips: what should you look for when choosing a suitable keyboard?View More

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