10 Deskercises You Can Do at Work

See a set of exercises to work in office:
1. Paper Pushups
2. Book Press
3. Shoulder blade sqeezes
4. Office Yoga
5. Chair Squats
6. Tricep desk dips
7.Wall sits
8. Standing calf raises
9. Leg raise 10. Walk when you talk on phone

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The Office Worker's Schedule for Healthy Living Behind a Desk

Whether it's sitting all day, ruining your eyes staring at a computer screen, or messing up your wrists at a keyboard, office work is a lot more dangerous than you'd think. To overcome this, schedule out your day in a way where you're avoiding those problems as best as you can. So, a plan that includes 10 minutes per hour of activity could look like this: Five minutes spent up out of the chair moving around the office (getting coffee, the mail, restroom break, etc.) and Five minutes spent doing stretches one hour, and five minutes spent doing strengthening exercises the next.

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Working Out Isn't Enough: Advice For Desk Workers

It might sound dramatic, but the time you spend sitting in a desk is also undermining your workout time. Even if you work out religiously it might still not be quite enough to undo the hours you spend on Facebook and YouTube. Experts recommend five minutes of standing for every thirty minutes of sitting. Also, take walks throughout the day to keep your blood flowing and reap the mental benefits of walking. See video for easy stretching exercises: https://youtu.be/7jaOzzaVjcg

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Why its time we paid employees to exercise at work

A study presented to the American College of Sports Medicine, for instance, found that workers who spent 30–60 minutes at lunch exercising reported an average performance boost of 15 percent. Employees return from workouts refreshed and better focused on their jobs. Time lost on exercise is made back and more in terms of improved productivity. Companies that sweat together stay together.

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5 Health Tips if You Sit at a Computer All Day

1. Stand Up
2. Get Moving
3. Monitor your screen height
4. Imagine your head as a bowling bowl
5. Try the “Pomodoro Technique” - focus on your work intensely for 25 minutes. Put an alarm and after 25 minutes, take 5 minutes to walk, do jumping jacks, or otherwise take a break from your work

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