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Whole Body Vibration Company Blogs About Top Trends in Wellness

September 17, 2013

HyperVibe, a whole body vibration company dedicated to helping people improve their lives through better health, announced that a new resource has been added to its growing online health and wellness library. The most recent addition details how to fight the dangerous effects of a sedentary desk job.

(PRWEB) September 17, 2013

HyperVibe, a whole body vibration company dedicated to helping people improve their lives through better health, announced that a new resource has been added to its growing online health and wellness library.

The most recent addition, entitled “Why You Should Quit Your Chair and Stand for a Living,” offers a solution to fight the dangerous effects of a sedentary desk job.

Available at the HyperVibe blog, this volume features an interview with a woman who switched from using a desk chair exclusively to incorporating a standing workstation in her office.

David Newman, the US distributor for Hypervibe, said, “This latest volume in our series on healthy living is designed to educate and inspire people to better health. Our readers know that good health is incredibly important to living well. They come to us for information they can put to use today to build better lives for tomorrow.”

The HyperVibe team is made up of health experts, fitness enthusiasts, and technical professionals from around the world. These experts represent a wealth of knowledge that allows the company blog to be a valuable resource for anyone who wants the latest health and fitness news.

About HyperVibe:

HyperVibe is a company dedicated to helping people live healthier lives through the use of whole body vibration technology. HyperVibe is dedicated to educating, informing and inspiring those who seek to achieve overall health and wellness. Visit them online, and learn more about whole body vibration technology, at http://www.hypervibe.com.

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