Routine Exercises In Office

Almost half of his time is spent in the office, that is, sitting still … unless he stops for a cup of coffee or picks up a few copies. Of course, this will affect your physical health and, in the long run, it can have negative effects such as being overweight or sore muscles. But who said that the office is not the ideal space to keep in shape?


The truth is, you don’t need a lot of time or room to burn calories. There are some short and simple exercise routines that will allow you to maintain a healthy weight without a lot of juggling. InstaFit experts proposed some sequences:

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Raise your leg


Obviously, you least want to attract attention at work, right? This exercise is cautious and very effective. Don’t move your feet aimlessly because of anxiety, but focus on exercising your calves. When sitting, don’t loosen the soles of your feet when you lift them, squeeze your calves for two seconds, then loosen them. Repeat several times. You can increase the difficulty by placing the trash can under your feet and supporting only your fingertips in the same way. Perform 10 to 12 repetitions.

The Tantrum


Sit in a chair, stretch, and bend his legs. When your leg reaches 90 degrees, break hard. You can do the same thing with your arm. You will see how your arm becomes a rotating biceps through this exercise.

Celebrate


Squat Maybe you got a promotion or this is a good day at work for you. Jump up and squat down to celebrate! Find an empty meeting room. Get into the squat position and push yourself as high as possible, like you’re jumping for good news. Repeat this exercise four to six times.

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These triceps exercises can be performed almost anywhere, including your cubicle. Use a sturdy table or chair without wheels, place your hands on the edge and your feet on the floor a step or two from the table or chair. Stretch your arms to lift your body, then bend them at a 90-degree angle to “sink” your body. Hold for two seconds and then straighten again while keeping your body elevated on the support. Perform 8 to 10 repetitions, always keeping your back straight.

Now there is no reason not to stay in shape … even if you are the busiest person in the world.

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