Your Brain on Posture

Sometimes the smallest changes can make the biggest differences. Whether it’s putting on a new pair of shoes before a run or giving the office standing desk a try, making small adjustments in your health routine can make a big impact on your physical and mental health.

We often forget that posture can make or break the way you perform daily tasks. Your running form, your project at work, your mood when you get home at the end of the day — all of these can be affected by the way you sit and stand.

Lifehack: The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Living

Keep up with the latest posture, back health and corporate wellness news with our weekly round up of interesting and useful articles.

What’s trending this week?

It’s tips galore this week — we’re talking life-hacking your way to a healthier you. Get the best round-up of tips and secrets shared by experts to reduce back-pain, getting active, and staying healthy in and out of the office.

Lumo Lift: The Back Story

A common question we get at Lumo BodyTech is why we chose to focus on posture and what the inspiration behind the Lumo Lift was.

One answer is that poor posture is one of the number one contributors to back pain and a shocking 80% of the US population suffers back pain at some point during their lives. With so many of us spending long hours in front of desks and computers, the need for a solution to poor posture is growing each year.

However, our connection to posture is more personal than just a painful statistic. In fact, many of us here at Lumo BodyTech have, or had, battled back pain ourselves and found first hand that good posture is an effective solution and prevention method for back pain.

Is Your Posture Holding You Back at Work?

Keep up with the latest posture, back health and corporate wellness news with our weekly round up of interesting and useful articles.

What’s trending this week?

Posture in the workplace is our focus this week. The way you sit and stand all day at your desk has a huge impact on the way you look and feel — even the way you work! Get the latest on how to improve productivity at the workplace, as well as some great resources for practicing good posture.

10 Easy Tips to Up Your Daily Step Count

Getting up and moving is important for your health and well-being, especially during the long workday where you’re likely spending the majority of your time in sedentary, and maybe even poor posture. Taking part in moderate activity everyday can help reduce the risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, type II diabetes, and is a great way to boost productivity and creativity.

Step Up Your Work Day Activity

Keep up with the latest posture, back health and corporate wellness news with our weekly round up of interesting and useful articles.

What’s trending this week?

The focus these days seem to be on getting up and moving to reduce sitting time. Sitting, especially in poor posture, for extended amounts of time is destroying our health, and causing all sorts of aches, pains and issues. Here’s our weekly round up of articles that provide insights, tips and information on work day activity as well as for general posture and health.

The Android App is Here.

 

The wait is over! We are so excited to announce the availability of the Lumo Lift app on select Android devices.

The current list of supported devices include:

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 / S4 / S5 / S6
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3 / Note 4
  • Nexus 5 / 6
  • Moto X (2nd Gen)
  • LG G3

Lumo Lift and Validic Partner to Introduce Posture Coaching to Corporate Wellness

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We are excited to announce the integration of our digital posture and activity coach, Lumo Lift with Validic, the corporate wellness healthcare platform.

Validic is the healthcare industry’s leading cloud-based, digital health platform for convenient and quick access to patient data from in-home clinical devices, wearables and patient healthcare applications. The platform connects its growing base of customers, including healthcare providers, payers, wellness companies and health IT vendors, to digital health technologies to coordinate better care across communities and patient populations.

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