Stability Ball Chairs and MS

image of Ball Chair The stability ball chairs, also called an exercise ball or swiss ball chair, will greatly improve the aching back, legs and arms that come from working at your desk for hours.

Working at the computer for extended times makes the office chair an all-important piece of furniture. The stability ball chair provides a bit of a workout – exercising without leaving your desk! Just by sitting on the ball chair you’ll work core muscles, burn calories, maintain good posture, and relieve back pain.

There are many styles to choose from. These unique chairs are designed by leading fitness and health professionals to build a stronger, healthier back as well as improve overall well-being.

Stability ball chairs use the same exercise ball employed in many workout routines, with the addition of a chair base and adjustable back support. Using these exercise ball chairs make it almost impossible to have poor posture because it works muscles even while sitting.

If you have back problems you may want to check with your doctor before purchasing a ball chair.

I’m purchasing a ball chair this week ~ I’ll keep you posted about the transition.

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TRISH ROBICHAUD is an award-winning Life & Business Coach who lives with MS. She teaches women living with chronic illness or disability how to honour and accommodate their health as a foundation for life. Book a free OPTIMAL HEALTH or HEALTHY BUSINESS Strategy Session at or


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