The acceptance of the culture of daylong sitting automatically equals to the acceptance of physical degeneration. This results from an adaptation to long hours of sitting every day, every month, year after year. Sitting is very common in today’s world, but not everything that si common must also be natural and healthy. In this case, the reverse is true. Therefore, there is no such thing as healthy sitting. There is only appropriately short sitting with breaks, using different sitting positions, which do not lead to degeneration.