Desk exercise to stay active at work

Seated Leg Raises: Lift your legs while seated, hold briefly, and lower back down. This engages your core and leg muscles. 

Chair Squats: Stand up from your chair and sit back down without fully sitting. This works your glutes and legs. 

Desk Push-Ups: Use your desk for incline push-ups. Place your hands on the desk, walk your feet back, and do push-ups against the desk surface. 

Seated Torso Twist: Sit tall and twist your torso gently to the right and then to the left. This helps in stretching and engaging your core muscles. 

Active Breaks: – Take short breaks every hour to stand up, stretch, and walk around. Set reminders to encourage movement throughout the day. – Consider using a standing desk or an adjustable desk converter to alternate between sitting and standing while working.

Stretches: – Neck Rolls: Gently roll your neck in circles, both clockwise and counterclockwise, to release tension. – Shoulder Stretches: Clasp your hands behind your back and straighten your arms to stretch your shoulders.

Stay Hydrated and Snack Smart: – Drink plenty of water throughout the day. It keeps you hydrated and encourages regular breaks for restroom visits. – Opt for healthy snacks like fruits, nuts, or veggies to maintain energy levels and avoid unnecessary sugar crashes.

Mindful Breathing and Posture: – Take deep breaths occasionally to oxygenate your body and reduce stress. – Practice good posture by sitting tall, keeping your shoulders relaxed, and aligning your ears with your shoulders.

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