“I don’t have time to exercise. I can’t do it at the office, and I’ll look like an idiot if I do.”
I was wrong.
Office exercises don’t have to be complicated, long, or hard to do. You don’t even need any special equipment, and most can even be performed sitting down.
That’s something I wish I’d known before working my hands until they nearly broke.
“Approximately 3.2 million deaths each year are attributable to insufficient physical activity” – World Health Organization, Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health
This isn’t a post about getting buff while at your office. It’s a guide from personal experience on how to limit the damage that office work does to your body in the easiest and most convenient way possible.
To that end, you’ll learn:
- How to exercise without hurting yourself
- Office exercises for finger, hand, and arm injuries
- Exercises you can do while sitting
- Other for standing or when in your office
- A full workout to stay healthy (without leaving your office)
There’s no “hop on one leg” or “run until your face is purple” here. Instead, you’ll see how to release the strain from day-to-day office work without embarrassing yourself while doing so.
Let’s get stuck in.