Shoulder and neck pain or discomfort are quite common in the workplace setting. This is due to sustained unhealthy postures. For quick and easy relief and relaxation, here are some neck and shoulder exercises you can do on your desk.
Upper Back & Shoulders
Exercises to help relieve and ease desk based pain in the upper back & shoulders.
While stretching is great for releasing tension in your aching body parts, one of the simplest ways to improve your mood, relieve stress and decompress is by breathing. Here are a few breathing exercises you can do at your desk during those high pressure situations.
Do your arms feel heavy even though you’ve literally done no heavy lifting at your desk job? It’s probably because you’ve done nothing but type all day. Find out how to relieve achy arms, while toning up those muscles, in this new collection of desk exercises.
Can’t seem to get those kinks out of your shoulders? You’re not alone. Desk workers often suffer from upper back and shoulder pain because of long hours of sitting time. To get rid of the pain, do these easy exercises, which you can do right from your seat!
Desk exercises are great for getting a light workout in while doing something mindless at the office, such as reading emails. But if you’re feeling conscious about others watching your every move, feel free to follow these exercises to work your arms and abs.
When you have a lot on your plate, it’s hard to remember to do your desk exercises to avoid those muscle joint aches, but these stretches from Jon Cinkay require minimal movement for maximum comfort. Check out these easy-to-remember desk exercises from the expert.
Desk exercises are a great way to get the kinks out of your back, but some still go home with back pains. Some forget to stretch during the day, others aren’t comfortable doing desk exercises at work. Whatever the case may be, you can always do these yoga stretches at home, right before bed so…
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.
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.