LOS ANGELES, April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Startup furniture fitness company The Body Archer wowed the mommy blogger community with The Body Archer, a new ergonomic office chair that can be used for steretching and fitness like an exercise ball, but with more stablility and design appeal. With Mother's Day around the corner mommy bloggers are speaking up about the chair that enables you to rock back and forth into that "sweet spot" of the stretch. This simple gift idea has health benefits, is made in the USA, and requires no assembly.
After suffering a devastating hip injury, mommy blogger, Sarah Lewis from Crazy House Reviews, found immense relief in the low back.
Sarah proclaimed, "I can honestly say that I LOVE The Body Archer. I wake up every morning with tightness and pain in my lower back so I make it a priority to use The Body Archer when first waking up…. Within minutes, I feel awake and energized to start my day."
Mommy blogger Michelle from 5 Minutes for Mom also noticed the attractive furniture design of The Body Archer, "I could totally see me replacing my current office chair with a Body Archer and using it to sit on daily. The Body Archer really forces you into excellent posture when you sit on it, and it gives you a core workout while sitting which is just an added benefit. "
Moms look no further if you need to teach the kids the healthy habit of stretching. Maria from the mommy blog Maria's Space said, "The kids and I so far have used it to stretch before we work out. We love it and I even use it when I sit at my desk. It is very comfortable and you get an all over stretch." The Body Archer provides loads of healthy fun for the whole family!
About Body Archer
The Body Archer is a work of found inspiration invented by a certified massage therapist and developed to realization by Body Archer LLC founders Robert Wald & Kim MacKenzie. The Body Archer is manufactured in the company's home base of Los Angeles, California, using high quality materials. The company's mission is to help people lose the back pain and educate consumers on the benefits of keeping a strong core and a flexible body and spine.
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