Best stretches for office workers

See pictures of 10 easy to do stretches with simple descriptions: Chest stretch, Shoulder Shrugs, Upper Back Stretch, Spinal Twist, Torso Stretch, Forearm stretch, Neck Stretch, Hip Flexor Stretch, Seated Hip stretch, Inner Thigh stretch.

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6 refreshing eye exercises for tired computer users

1. Palming: rub your palms together to create a bit of heat. Next, form your hands into cup shapes. Now, take your hands and press them over your (closed) eyes.
2. Blinking: Aim for a blink every four seconds to keep your eyes nicely lubricated and happy.
3. Eye Rolling: Simply close your eyes and roll your eyes around in circular motions.
4. Visual Scanning: Sit back and observe the room you are in. Find an object at one end of the room, and begin to scan the outline of every single thing in the room.
5. Focusing: Take a visual break and focus on something else every now and then.
6. Glancing: Keep your eyes closed as you glance up as far as comfortably possible. Hold for a moment, then look down.

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Best workout for your body type

4 types of body types:
1. Pear: Tone your arms and shoulders, and get tighter all over with our pear-friendly workout plan.
2. Straight: Add more shape to your waist and sculpt your glutes with this workout plan for straight body types.
3. Curvy: Add full-body muscle tone and shape up those arms and legs with this curves-a-licious workout plan.
4. Athelete: Tighten your core, and add some shape to your butt and thighs with this athletic-body-type workout plan.

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