Is your workstation causing you pain with the potential of causing you long term injury?

If you're sitting for hours in the same position every day, you are putting your body at risk.

We're offering an online course to protect yourself (and your colleagues). It's called the Desk Jockey Pain Prevention Course.

Desk Jockey Pain Prevention is a 6 module online course designed that will empower you to take make the best of your workstation.

We recommend you work through all 6 modules and implement the resources in your daily routine at work. This will take some commitment to the habit and in no time you will be on your way to injury prevention.

We'll give you an overview of what you need to know so that you can get back in control of your health and be confident that the way you spend hours each day is helping you and not hurting you.

Enroll Today

We all know that sitting for long periods of time is bad for your health.

You've likely felt it in your body already.

For many people, a poorly set up workstation is difficult problem to solve because they are stuck at their desk all day long. They don't have the freedom to stand up or move around very much.

We created this course with our instructor who has helped thousands of workers avoid chronic pain and injury by changing their desk habits. 

The Desk Jockey Pain Prevention course will help you learn how to sit properly while working at your desk so that you can avoid injury and stay comfortable throughout the workday without having to buy an expensive ergonomic chair.

You'll soon know how to take breaks, what exercises to do, and some of the best practices in ergonomics.

Here's What You Can Expect From This Online Course

Some of the highlights include:

The most common causes of pain from a workstation.


How to take microbreaks throughout the day.


How to set up your chair and desk for optimal posture.


Corrective exercises you can try to reduce pain and build strength.

Enroll in the Desk Jockey Pain Prevention Course today.

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