I tested the Varier Move myself, and can confidently say I felt an immediate improvement in my posture. As a writer, I spend hours in front of the computer, and it can be all too easy to get lost in a project and realize that a couple of hours have gone by before I’ve moved. While it did take some time to adjust to, and I still had to remind myself to sit up straighter at times, my back felt a lot better after using the Varier Move. The lightly curved base also allowed me a good deal of mobility, but is sturdy enough that I never felt like I was going to tip over on it. The Varier Move is NEAT (Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis) certified by the Mayo clinic, which means it will allow you to burn more calories even while sitting. While this is by no means a total replacement for getting up and walking around, it’s far better than sitting hunched over in your traditional desk chair. The top of the stool is reminiscent of a bike seat (although a much larger and more cushioned one) and you sit with your feet planted and your legs splayed slightly open, which in turn opens your hips and keeps your core and your leg muscles engaged. While this style of sitting is amazing...