Do you sit or stand at work? I’m a stand fan. Let’s be real: I’m probably awkwardly dancing around the studio.
Have you seen these lay flat desk contraptions?
Could you get any work done with this? I think I’d fall sound asleep.
It looks amazing for watching TV, sort of like the dentists’ offices that have a screen hanging down while they do their thing to your teeth.
Forget standing or treadmill desks. That trend is so last decade. The new hotness is working horizontally.
Seated upright while staring at a computer screen all day can cause back pain and a whole host of other health issues. With the Signature Altwork Station, you work while lying down.
Described by People as something akin to a dentist’s chair, the user can “create a massive selection of working positions,” while still having a laptop magnetically connected to the desk from above.
Dozens of reviews have rated the Altwork Station at five-stars, with one calling it a “game-changer.”
Hopefully, your job will shell out for one because the price tag runs $7,650.
Have you worked at a non-standard desk? How is the experience?
What do y’all think?