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Take a TV stand for health

To be in good health we need to alter our way of life. Nothing should be taken for granted from the way we eat and even the way we watch TV. Americans spend an estimated amount of 5 hours glued to the TV; it is mostly done lying sloppily on the couch. We can break out of this unhealthy habit and speed up our metabolism by watching while standing up, while exercising with a treadmill,…

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Hearst Media Room Goes Ergonomic!

WGAL Hearst Television in Lancaster, PA, recently installed Loctek’s D5D, Dual Arm Gas Spring Mounts, in their newsroom. By adding the ergonomic mounts, the WGAL media member can position the dual monitors to a comfortable reading position. It also enables them to collaborate and share information easily with their fellow co-workers by moving the articulating arm.  Edgar Ulmer, Information Technology Manager of WGAL Hearst TV, is so happy with the mounts that he started a…

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Innovative New Loctek Products at Two CES 2016 Booths

Loctek will be showcasing products at two CES 2016 booths this year. Las Vegas Convention Center – LVCC – Booth #14033 (ergonomic workstations/TV mounts) Sands Expo – Booth #74945 (fitness) Loctek, a leading global manufacturer of AV mounts and ergonomic workstations, will showcase its current workspace innovations and introduce its new line of fitness products at CES 2016 in Las Vegas this week, January 6-9. “We’re taking the next step in workplace health and wellness…

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How To Create An Ergonomic Workstation

The purpose of ergonomics is to design tools and arrange them in your office so that you remain healthy and productive. With that in mind, we have put together the following tips explaining how to set up an ergonomic computer setup. Computer Monitor The top of your computer screen should be eye level. You shouldn’t have to bend or twist your neck to look at your monitor. (See position #4 above.) Seating When you are…

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