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    Default Do you know any exercise applicable even working in office?

    I am working in an office and I would like to know from you any exercise you can do inside the office to give your body a break. Please help me.

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    I think you better buy an ergonomic chair buddy. You can also try ergonomic exercises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henne View Post
    I think you better buy an ergonomic chair buddy. You can also try ergonomic exercises.
    Hello, Henne. Thanks for sharing an insight with me. I'll be back if I have checked this out.

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    Sometimes when I get tired I walk up and down the stairs in my office building. I work in a high rise so I walk up and down 10 flights of stairs to really get the blood moving. If you work in a smaller building people might think you're weird when they see you waling up and down two flights of stairs five times though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henne View Post
    I think you better buy an ergonomic chair buddy. You can also try ergonomic exercises.
    Hello, Henne! I have read about ergonomic exercises. There are many people who tried it already and maybe this is my time to try it too. Thanks for your advice. I am also glad that I can simply do this in the office. There are actually many exercises to choose from.
    Last edited by Johnee; 10-23-2018 at 03:17 AM.

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    It is true that spending 8 hours sitting does not help you but can explain why you are putting on excess fats. So what options are available for people who sit behind their desk for more than 8 hours per day? You have a dozen ways of sneaking activities into your daily routine. First, you must learn to sit properly to help eliminate back pain. Always avoid forward head posture.
    Here are some of the quick exercises you can choose
    Stretching at your desk- You have 10 stretches to choose from. They are rubber neck stretch, stretch to reach the stars, look around stretches, bubblehead, shrugs, chest opener, seated toy solder raising your arms towards the ceiling. Others include knee hugger, reach and bend and knee press.

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    Squats
    Pushups
    Mountain Climbers
    Planks
    These exercises won't even disturb your cloths, unless you are sweating like hell

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    It's recommended to get up and walk around for a couple of minutes per half hour. Even If you just got out of your chair to stand up and stretch is better than nothing. What gets me they talk about how bad it is to sit all day, wow how worse off are you sleeping allllll night, just laying in your bed not moving much.

    One study showed there was no real difference between a person standing and working and a person sitting and working. The calorie count between the two people was like one latte drink every 20 hours. Another words it really didn't matter. Just from a calorie stand point, your both going to be fat if you don't exercise.

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    Sit in your chair. Extend one leg out straight in front of you. Hold for two seconds. Then raise it up as high as you can, and hold it again for two seconds. Repeat with each leg 15 times.

 

 

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