Switch up your seat.
If you’re looking for easy exercises to do at work, you can start right at your desk. After all, sitting still is boring. That’s why we all want the office swivel chair. Take it further with an exercise ball. Your body will work to keep you balanced, strengthening your core and improving posture
Take a walk.
Ideally, we should be getting up and out of our seats every hour. All it takes is a five-minute break from your desk to recharge your body. Take a walk to get some water and hydrate. You can even make it a business break – just use it as a chance to talk to your co-worker in person instead of emailing
Bring the gym to you.
No time to get up? Try discreet leg lifts with ankle weights under your desk. With expert protection on your side your co-workers will be none the wiser. Sure Women Invisible Aqua Compressed Antiperspirant Deodorant or Sure Men Invisible Ice Compressed Antiperspirant Deodorant will keep you and your clothes fresh
Think outside the office. Take your team for a moving meeting and grab some fresh air. A change of environment exhilarates the senses, making this one of the most beneficial exercises for office workers. With the promise of fresh air and movement, meetings will start to be something to look forward to
Track your activity.
Need a nudge? Try a fitness tracker. A quick buzz will alert you when you’re on the sedentary slope and prompt you to get moving. If you’re staring at a screen all day your eyes are under a lot of strain too, making it difficult to concentrate. Refocus, refresh and step away from your desk
Feeling adventurous? Get a standing desk. You’ll be able to sit when you need to - but the longer you stay standing, the better the rewards. Simply standing up for a few hours a day will help you strengthen your core and improve posture, making this one of the best exercises to do at work. Desk with a difference!