In a year-long study people who received the Leap chair and office ergonomics training achieved up to a 17.8% increase in productivity

Leap makes a measurable difference in two separate health and productivity studies

As the number of knowledge workers grows worldwide, so does the need to design ergonomic programs that improve the health and productivity of these workers. So what creates a healthy, inspiring office that helps people do their best work – an ergonomic chair, a keyboard support, a window view, good lighting, great tasting coffee?


Many studies analyze the effectiveness of ergonomic programs, but since they look at overall changes to the office, they don’t readily identify which changes actually led to reduced symptoms and injuries.

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