Actually sitting is not really a problem. You sit down, and after a little time you stand up again. But the time span between sitting down and getting up has steadily grown longer in our modern society. And continuous sitting over several hours, as more and more people are forced to even at their work- place, is a problem. After all, man is actually made to move, and without movement not only does the cardiovascular system suffers, but also and in parti- cular the support and motor apparatus degenerates. Disorders of the musculoskeletal system have long been at the top of the statistical tables when it comes to days lost through illness.
Level of Education: Continuing vocational education and training
Lead Organisation: baua