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3 minutes of movement for health, engagement and job satisfaction

Over the past month Johan Boholm and our partner Torgny Steen managed a successful Smart Break Challenge in Sweden here individuals can take breaks together in a common environment. With a total of 125 participants that completed over 1,796 Smart Breaks, we were able provide a solution that created 3 minutes of movement for health, engagement, and job satisfaction.

5 Ways to Avoid the Physical Side Effects of WFH

While working from home is indeed safer and more convenient for many, it also poses health risks — including body pains from poor posture, digital eye strain, and even hair loss from lack of vitamin D. Here are 5 ways you can avoid the physical side effects of working from home.

Tech Neck:What It Is and How To Help.

In today's world, we can't avoid using devices or staring at screens. Many of us can spend our entire working day staring at a computer screen. Unfortunately many of us work with bad posture, which can strain our neck and shoulders, causing "tech neck" But, how do you fight tech neck? Here are some exercises to strengthen your neck and shoulders.

Take a Break and Move: It’s The Best Way to Prevent WFH Side Effects

Every break you take to move during the workday will help protect your health and ease any symptoms you may be experiencing from a year of WFH. If you develop the habit now, you can take it with you when you go back to the office.

Your 2-Minute Meeting Solution

How often have you been sitting in a meeting and realized you aren’t listening? It happens more often than you think. We can quickly get distracted by emails popping up, text and calls coming in, noises from outside the meeting, and so much more. That is why we came up with Smart Break Quick. A simple 2-minute solution to build healthier and happier teams.

Strength In Numbers

With less than 25% of Americans meeting the national physical guidelines, it's imperative to find effective ways to increase physical activity. One of the best ways, might be to exercise in a group or with a friend. Studies have revealed the positive effects of exercising in a group.

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