Busy at work? You can not go to the gym at night? It sounds weird, but an office exercise might be for you.
Studies have linked a work session to a number of health problems, so you can do some simple movements during the day
Of course, you do not want to look too crazy (or sweaty) in front of your colleagues. So we designed seven super easy exercises that will keep you a little professional …
1. The presser of the printer
Instead of standing up like a lemon waiting for this 300 page report to print, do this neat exercise. Stand with arms just wider than shoulder width, lower your chest to the counter and keep your elbows near your sides. Repeat the operation until the machine is completely clogged.
2. The Bicep Curl notebook computer
Do you expect a customer outside your conference room? Put your two minutes of free time wisely while working your arms.
As you would with weights, exhale and wear the laptop up to shoulder height while contracting your biceps. If you are working on a desk, try an unplugged phone, a water bottle or a ream of paper.
3. The office chair Twist
Keep your feet just above the floor, just place your fingers on the edge of your desk and use your abs to turn slowly from left to right. HELLO, six-pack.
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4. Seated elevation of the legs
Stuck on the phone with a customer? You can always make these legs work! In turn, lift each pin to a 90 degree position.
5. Take the stairs
Such a simple, but easily forgotten. Abandon the elevator and take the stairs, even if you are working on the seventh floor. This is easy, free exercise that no one should spend.
6. The formation of the tea break Sesh
A beverage is the perfect excuse for a few minutes of your office. Make sure these minutes count, by raising your legs and squeezing your calf muscles.
7. Jogging on the work
Agree, we must admit that this one can give you some funny looks. But if you are eager to follow your cardio, that is the exercise for you.
Are not you sure you can get into a race so close to your boss' eye? Sneaking into a meeting room for a minute or two.