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If you want to lose weight, regularly using a standing desk is a smart way to remain dedicated to a healthy level of activity throughout your work day. Tip: try standing for at least 3 hours each day.Standing burns at least 1/3 more calories compared to sitting. There's also enjoy the additional health benefits of reducing your blood sugar and cholesterol levels. And mitigating back and neck pains from poor posture!This might make you wonder: exactly how many calories will you burn using a standing desk?Exact calorie burn will vary from person to person. But the ballpark calorie burn figure is 162 calories more per day, if you stand 3 hours each day.This is nothing to be sneezed at. For the dedicated standing desk user, it adds up to a whopping 59,130 calories over a year!Are you curious how much food this adds up to? Here's our exclusive Altizen Infographic that shows you calorie burn in the form of favourite food (Hint: It's a lot!).We're not recommending that you start ordering pizza after you get a standing desk. But it's good to know there's an easy way to work those inches off your waist while you're stuck in the office! Exclusive Altizen Infographic [caption id="attachment_17035" align="aligncenter" width="403"] How many calories does a standing desk burn[/caption]__Want to get your own Altizen standing desk? Email us at [email protected] to get started on your standing journey now! We love hearing from you....

There is a jungle of information out there for standing desk. To help, we’ve created a flowchart so you can determine what is most suitable for your specific situation.Before we start, it’s worth this: it’s not about standing per se, it’s really about breaking up your seated work with standing based work at regular intervals throughout your workday. There’s well-founded scientific evidence that this method of working reduces the risk of metabolic diseases and premature mortality....

1. You have to stand the whole dayThis is the single biggest misconception going around about standing desks. It’s also one of the key reasons used in negative articles such as this about standing desks. The simple fact is that prolonged standing time is as bad as prolonged sitting time, leading to varicose veins, back pain and fatigue....

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