Eliminate your jellyfish posture

ThinkGeek Jellyfish Bouncy Chair

By now we all know that sitting at a desk all day is disastrous for our health.  It’s no longer uncommon to see a stability ball tucked underneath a co-worker’s desk in place of a traditional chair.  Having attempted ball-as-chair at home, my biggest complaint was that the moment I got up, the ball rolls away or shifts.  In a work environment, the visual of a stability ball–even a stability ball in a chair frame– still gives me more of a gym rather than a professional vibe.  The Jellyfish bouncy chair fixes that with quite simply the most ingenious solution: placing the ball in frame but covering it in a polyester/Spandex fabric.  The result?  A chair that looks cool, stays in place, and still provides the same benefits to your core and posture.

The Jellyfish bouncy chair is available at ThinkGeek for $119.99.

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  2. Are you guys really using that as office charis in USA? I hope that doesn’t cross the Atlantic like the powerbalance did…

  3. Read a few articles that say sitting on a ball doesn’t help the back, posture, or help you lose weight.

    But I must admit the jellyfish looks cool.

  4. That thing looks pretty comfortable. I have the traditional ball in the attic now. It was more useful for workout routines than as an office seat. I found I could sit still and slouch just as easily on that as any other chair. It was a myth that we’d need constant hip and waist movement (exercise) to remain balanced on it.

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