Your well-being in mind
Active sitting develops and strengthens those muscles that maintain good posture and body posture. The back muscles and the abdomen side of the "opponents" moving improve posture and relieve tension in on your spine.
Better posture brings more space to the internal organs, frees the diaphragm and optimizes breathing.
Physical activity improves brain performance through epigenetic activation and prevention of certain genes: nerve cells in the brain are activated, memory is sharpened, and blood flow to the hippocampus - which is essential for good memory - is improved.
Combining movement with a sitting position stimulates the muscles to tense and relax as the muscles alternately activate and relax. When the muscles are not tense, the blood vessels dilate. Blood circulation to the muscles increases, and the muscles receive oxygen.