It’s no secret that the desk job is pretty detrimental to your health and overall wellbeing. One thing you can do to make sure you’re still in shape is by exercising right at your workstation. Here are a few exercises to sculpt those thighs.
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.
Your desk job is taking a toll on your body. You experience the pain from head to toe, and you might even feel it most in your hips as you’re crunching down on them all day. Here are some simple exercises to relieve that hip pain.
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!
Do you always find yourself cracking your neck whenever you’ve been slouched over your computer for long periods of time? To get those kinks out of your neck, as well as improve your desk posture, make it a habit to do these 3 simple yoga poses.
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.
Working at a desk for hours on end is pretty destructive to all parts of your legs, even leaving your feeling constricted because of the lack of movement and blood flow. Check out these desk exercises to relieve that tension in your calves.
There are tons of desk exercises out there that you can do to keep your health up, but it’s hard to do them without feeling embarrassed or shy around your coworkers. To work out without drawing unwanted attention to yourself, do these lower body exercises in your chair.
Feeling the pressure while standing at your desk? It’s important that you keep your feet, ankles and calves strong to support the majority of your weight, especially if you’re trying to spend more time on your feet while working. Do these toe exercises to keep you on your feet longer.
Your core is such an important part of your body. A strong core helps maintain your balance and support spine health, so naturally, it would be helpful in preventing neck pain often felt when you’re often hunched over your computer. Prevent neck pain with these exercises.