Thursday, 19 January 2017

Mini Office Workout

Though I don't work in a office as I work in a school exercise is still important to me as I have to be limber to keep up with 4 to 7 year olds. I was discussing exercise at work with my husband as to what he does to help maintain his fitness regime at work :

1. Taking the stairs instead of taking the lift which is breast for your cardio.

2. Tapping is toes under the desk is brilliant as it's  just using the furniture at work ! he taps as quietly as he can as he has to wear steep capped boots as he works in an engineering environment.

3. Wandering around work , working on computer a lot it is essential that he takes break so he takes in a little walk in his breaks away from the computer.

4.Raising his legs under the desk , while he is seated he straightens either one or both legs and holds in place for a for 5-10 seconds. Then he lowers his legs to floor without his feet touching the floor , he repeats for about 15 repetitions , of course you can do the legs serpately.

5. Leaning against a wall ! no honestly this is exercise and one my husband does when he is waiting for one of his many meetings he has to attend ! It allows your upper arm to have a work out without anyone noticing ; infract people will probably think you lazy for leaning against a wall. Firstly find a wall to lean against, stand at a tilted angle and with your lower arm support yourself , with this arm you can do mini 'push ups ' achieved by leaning in and out on the arm . You can also do thus but nit moving the arm and see how long you can lean on the arm

This is a collaboration post.

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