OFFICE WORKOUT FOR BUSY PEOPLE
ATTENTION, OFFICE PEOPLE ‼‼‼ Having to work for 8 hours per day, sitting in a certain place is undeniable to office workers. Researches show that working in sitting position does… create a huge reduction in your productivity. Besides, sitting for too long is the direct cause of a large amount of illness and pain, such as weight gaining, obesity, diabetes, heart diseases, back pain,… But FEAR NOT, there are many ways you can limit the risk of these diseases and still maintain your regular working period. Let’s check out 5 soft exercises in the working room! ✔✔✔ 1. Take the stairs to your workplace If your office is not on a high floor, take advantage of the stairs to exercise. Stairs walking helps you improve your physicality, strengthen your leg and butt muscles. Besides, not having to crowd and wait in the elevator helps you prepare a proper warm-up before work! ✔✔✔ 2. Push-up Especially for the male, 5 minutes pushing up during 2 hours of continuous work is a great way to get out of pressure and the computer screen. With 8 working hours, your total effective workout time reaches 20 minutes! ✔✔✔ 3. Plank Along with Push-up, Plank is also a very simple and effective exercise. Plank helps you train your glutes and abs at the same time. Like Push-up, Plank is an exercise you can do without tools. Just a few square meters in your office and you have everything you need to do this exercise! ✔✔✔ 4. Rotate the wrist, ankle and neck joints Every time you feel tired and painful in the back after hours of sitting on the desk, rotating the joints is a useful solution that helps relax your body and reduce your fatigue. With just a few minutes of rotating joints a day, you’ve got a good body which is ready to do your tasks for a whole day long. ✔✔✔ 5. Look your eyes away Those who have high offices above have a better opportunity to train their eyes. With the requirement to work in front of the screen for a long time every day, looking your eyes away for a few hundred meters is a way to relax your eyes. The screen’s negative effects on your eyes is of public knowledge. So don’t hesitate to take care of your “windows” carefully!