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  • February 13, 2023

Ditching the slouch and sitting up tall in the business world can be the secret weapon you never knew you needed! Want to up your success game? Try working on your posture and don’t let it hold you back.

Here are some reasons why:

1 Posture plays a role in confidence and competence.

Good posture conveys confidence and competence, which can help you succeed in multiple circumstances, such as job interviews, presentations, and negotiations. When you stand or sit up straight, you signal to others that you are confident in yourself and your abilities, which can make you more likely to achieve your goals.

2 Poor posture can affect your physical and mental health.

Poor posture can cause physical discomfort and pain, such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches, which can affect your productivity and ability to perform at your best. Poor posture can also impact your mental well-being, causing a lack of confidence and making it harder to stay focused and motivated.


3 Good posture can improve your physical and mental performance.

Good posture can improve your physical and mental performance. When you have good posture, you are more likely to feel energized and focused, which can help you succeed in various tasks and activities. Good posture can also improve your breathing, circulation, and digestion, which can help you feel more alert and energized.

Anthros understands the importance of good posture and has created a chair with every component intentionally designed to optimize posture for every body type.

1 Independently Adjustable Two-Part Back System

Anthros has designed a first-of-its-kind back support. It adapts to individual body types by adjusting the low back and upper back independently. This means that you can adjust the low back to support your pelvis in your optimal position, which will then align the spine. The upper back can then be adjusted to meet and support your spine in alignment.


2 Lowest Pressure Seat Cushion

When sitting in good posture, the pelvis is in neutral, and the sit bones drive directly down into the seat surface. This is why the cushion is so important to maintain good posture over time!

Anthros has designed the lowest pressure dynamic density foam cushion with pressure relieving cut-outs to distribute pressure away from the sit bones. This allows you to sit upright without needing to shift, cross your legs, or fidget, and allows you to optimize your focus and performance throughout the day.

If you are looking to improve posture while sitting, look no further than Anthros

Anthros is the only chair in the world that is guaranteed to improve posture, or your money back. The science-backed, patented design is registered with the FDA as a posture-improving chair and is proven to have the lowest pressure (most comfortable) cushion on the planet (verified by university testing).

Take the next step to reducing pain, increasing comfort and maximizing performance!



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