Prior to that I used a number of saddle seats. I liked them, but I got saddle sore with all of them. I don’t with this. Perhaps it’s because you can pump it up to the degree of firmness that suits you.
It also enables you to wobble on the chair much more easily. Wobbling is great to keep your lower back moving. And remember, movement is hugely beneficial for most lower back problems. For relief AND prevention.
It doesn’t have a back support, which means it doesn’t comply with UK Health and Safety regulations that state that you should have a back support on an office chair. I disagree. I think having a back support encourages you to slump, which leads to a sustained stretch on your lower back. Not good. Hold yourself up!
It might take you a while to transition to using this full-time. But it’s worth it.
Here’s a brief video of the chair being demoed by its inventor, Piers Marmoy.
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