A lot of companies don’t have the proper furniture for their employees resulting in bad posture and achy feelings at the end of the shift. If you often feel the stress of the work day in your upper back and shoulders, here are some exercises to help ease the pain.
Exercises to help relieve work related pain in your home & office.
Are your hands feeling tired and achy from all that time spent on the computer? Keep your wrists pain-free with these stretches that improve flexibility and range of motion. They’re also great reminders to take more screen breaks throughout the day.
Did you know that being inactive for a long period of time, such as working at a desk or sitting on the plane for several hours straight, can increase the risk of blood clots? Check out these three exercises to promote blood flow in your legs during times of inactivity.
Do you ever feel pain in your shoulders at the end of the work day? A massage will definitely take those aches away, but with these exercises that you can do at your desk, you can keep the tension out of your shoulders throughout your entire shift.
Ankles are such an important part of your body, yet often overlooked when it comes to the aches and strains that come with a desk job. Keep those ankles moving with these exercises so the have the strength and flexibility to walk, run and move freely in your environment.
Feeling the pain in your lower back? You’re not the only one. The majority of office workers complain mostly about the aches in their back. To relieve some of that burden on your back, here are 4 seated stretches to manage the pain and improve your posture.
People complain about bad knees all the time, preventing them from long walks and physically demanding activities. But that should never stop you from exercising your knees, since mobility it what keeps them strong in the first place. Check out these stretches that you can do right at your office desk.
Is slouching on your chair and hunching over your computer monitor giving you perpetual neck pain? Get rid of the stiffness by doing these stretches. Doing these daily will greatly improve your neck’s range of motion and flexibility, in turn promote better posture.
With your back hunched as you review your daily reports on your computer monitor, core strength and good posture go down the drain. To keep up with your fitness while maintaining (or even improving) productivity, try out these ab and lower back exercises right at your desk.
Working all day in front of a computer is detrimental for those diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel, as well as increases the development of symptoms for those without it. Here are a few easy exercises to prevent numbness, pain and tingling in your fingers, hands and wrists.