Standing

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Standing is an upright human posture in which the body is supported only by the feet. Often misunderstood as a static position, standing is actually a form of dynamic balance where the center of the body is supported by rocking on the front of the ankle. Standing erect requires a high degree of coordination and control of a persons nervous system and core muscles to maintain stability. The average age in which humans begin to stand is between 8-12 months. Standing is believed to have beneficial cognitive and health impacts and many workplaces are now offering standing desks as a desk option.

Standing Male Plan | Aerial

Width (Shoulder): 18 1/4” | 46 cm

Collection of people, specifically male humans, in standing posture as seen in plan view or an aerial perspective. The average man has a shoulder width of 18 1/4” | 46 cm.
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Standing Female Plan | Aerial

Width (Shoulder): 14” | 35 cm

Collection of people, specifically female humans, in standing posture as seen in plan view or an aerial perspective. The average female has a shoulder width of 14” | 35 cm.
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