Are you new to standing desks and feel leg fatigue at the end of the day?
Did you know that you shouldn't stand all day anyway, and sit-stand desks are ideal??
BONUS! A sit-stand desk review from FitDesk.
I've used a standing desk for so long, only medical carts came up when I searched online. I love my medical cart/standing desk, and while most people get tired or feel pain from standing all day, I hurt when I sit too long. That being said, Sit-to-Stand or variable height desks are an excellent way to change your body positions, and if I wanted to replace my current set-up, I'd buy one that adjusts.
My first review is of the Butterfly Ergonomic Non-Flat Anti-Fatigue Standing Desk Mat which retails for $49.97 on Amazon. More detail in the video, but in a nutshell
Pros: comfy, variable places to put feet
Cons: It's shaped like a butterfly. I like butterflies, but it's a bit much. My husband said if it didn't have the word butterfly, he could at least pretend it was a moth 🙂
We now have this in our kitchen at the sink, because I replaced it with the second review.
Bonus review if you're looking for a sit-to-stand desk. I had the pleasure of reviewing this desk by the FitDesk company that I tested out on my screened-in porch and begrudgingly gave it to my husband to use in his studio because I already have a standing desk, BikeDesk, and a portable standing desk! Go to www.thefitdesk.com to purchase. Use the code MARCEYFREEMAT to receive a free mat on all bikes, under desk products and desks!
Pros: Super easy to assemble, sleek, simple to adjust and affordable. Love the cord control. #CordlessIsNeverCordless
Cons: None, if a minimalist desk is what you need. It looks like I have to push it down hard in the video, but it's because there is nothing on it. As soon as I have anything, even a laptop, the weight makes it much easier.