Kids (and adults for that matter) already sit the bulk of the day, so is getting rid of some sitting stuff in the other place where you spend the bulk of your time a crazy idea?
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It’s, well, Our reasons for getting rid of our couches and chairs aren’t because we seek to be “fringe,” or “hippies.” Nor do we glorify those furniture-free days of yester-year and forsake modern developments and technology. s sedentary behaviour and physical activity via: overall size, space and design of the home; allocation of home space; equipment within the home space; and perceived safety of the home space.
One of our reasons for ditching the soft sitting stuff is simply an attempt to problem-solve given the abundant research on excessive sitting, sedentarism, and the role of the home environment. Furthermore, the home space seems to be a dynamic environment where many of the physical elements are chosen, controlled and changed by family members, particularly parents.
If you’re interested in reading more on ideas presented in the article below, I suggest reading Don’t Just Sit There.
If you’d like ideas on all the ways you can sit without furniture, check out this poster.
One could think of my home as freak-like, or you can think of it as a design selected in the attempt to reduce limitations to movement.
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Joe Rogan called me a freak for reducing my home furniture (e.g.
getting rid of my couch and dining room chairs), but hey, I’ll accept that label.