Home > Archives > Staying Young >
Skinny Casual Fridays
Photo: Edwar Bock
People have an eight percent increase in physical activity in workdays when they wear casual clothing versus those days when they wear conventional business attire. The more comfortable people are, the more they move. One study suggests that if employees wore casual clothing every day, the additional calories burned could potentially offset average weight gain of about two pounds a year.

University of Wisconsin La Crosse 

Respond to this article  View Reader Comments

Reprinted with permission from Vibrant Life, January/February 2010. Copyright © 2010 by GraceNotes. All rights reserved. Use of this material is subject to usage guidelines.

SiteMap. Powered by SimpleUpdates.com © 2002-2016. User Login / Customize.