This is mainly caused by long working hours with long periods of standing, heavy lifting and putting strain on one side of the body. The revolutionary kybun movement concept is a simple way to improve workplace ergonomics. Exercising while standing upright on the soft, springy surface is the healthy alternative to hard floors or sitting passively. The soft, springy structure forces the muscles in the feet and legs to constantly remain in motion in order to maintain balance and posture.
I have back problems. It would be a struggle if I had to sit down all day or stand all day. This way, I can do a bit of both, which suits me better.
It’s like walking on air-filled balls. One teeters from one side to the other. But it’s really comfortable from the moment you put it on. When I used to go up or down the stairs, I felt every step and every time my foot hit the ground. Now, I don’t feel a thing. The cushioning is simply fantastic.
Tyres are to cars as shoes are to people. It's your only contact with the ground. With tyres, that plays less of a role as you can change the parts in a car. You can do the same with people, too, but it's problematic, so it's very important for people to wear good, soft shoes. This is something I found out for myself, too.