Anti-fatigue. Strengthen calf and knee. Improve health and productivity.
Stimulate your leg and knee movement with max comfort
Spring pad to provide enough resistance. Heavy density foam for ergonomic support.
The exerciser is designed to keep your leg active while you are sitting or standing at work. The raised spring pad would provide good resistance to flex and straighten your calf muscle and knee. The ergonomic-designed heavy density memory foam supports your foot arch when you step on the pad.
Keep you active whether you are sitting or standing
Reduce the chance of numb legs or foot. Relieve knee and ankle discomfort.
The exerciser could be used for both standing or sitting. Your foot and leg would easily feel numb or discomfort due to static sitting or prolonged standing. This device would help you do "mini-exercise" at work to relieve potential calf, ankle and knee discomfort or stiffness.
Choose either forward or backward exercise mode that works best for you
Easily rotate the exerciser to change the direction of the resistance pad
The backward mode would push most resistance on your cal muscle while your foot palm is fixed and the arch and heel push down the pad. The forward mode places the spring pad at the front. This would exercise both calf and your upper leg muscles while your heel is fixed and the arch and palm push down the pad.
How it works
Stimulate movement. Ergonomic design. Exercise and Work at the same time.
Evidence-based product design and development
Functional fitness exercises train your muscles to help you do everyday activities safely and efficiently
Mayo Clinic: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/fitness/in-depth/functional-fitness/art-20047680
Prolonged sitting is a risk factor for all-cause mortality, independent of physical activity
Arch Intern Med: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22450936/
Increasing physical activity in adult populations is central to the prevention of obesity and the major chronic diseases.
Arch Intern Med: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/article-abstract/1108794
Exercising your feet on a regular basis not only improves overall foot health, but may also reduce your risk for injury
Harvard Medical School.: https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/exercises-for-healthy-feet
Standing and seated Calf Raise are the best Calf-Strengthening Exercises
Start Moving: Why Inactivity Is Hard on Your Knees
Noyes Knee Institute: https://noyeskneeinstitute.com/inactivity-hard-knees
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