In a recent article, 5 Ways to Turn Your Workstation Into a Workout Station, by Adam Toren, describes how entrepreneurship involves long hours of laborious tasks. Using your workplace for regular and random exercise can be a great way to boost your energy and even stimulate your creativity.
Here are five ways to turn your workstation into a workout station:
Stretching and moving at least every hour is very important to relax your aching back and shoulders due to long hours of sitting.
Standing for at least 30 minutes a day at your workstation is a great way to change your body’s posture and get the benefits of it to keep your body aligned, right standing position while working can be a great transformation to the entrepreneurs often seated lifestyle.
Typing and writing all day can harm your hands. Try squeezing a stress ball or even a tennis ball gently and releasing to increase your hand and finger grip.
Try doing some deadlifts from the desk with three to five pounds object like few books or a large water bottle that’s filled. Lifting slowly and controlled with the right breathing can really strengthen the core muscles in your body.
Take off your shoes and put the ball under one foot at a time. Gently roll the ball under and around with your foot to stretch out the balls of your feet, roll and stretch your ankles and use various pressure to roll the ball forward and back to stretch out the soft tissue in your foot (called the fascia, which you’ve probably heard before from conditions like plantar fasciitis, when the soft tissue that runs from the toes to the heels gets stiff and makes walking painful).
Simple exercises can make your business day powerful and fruitful. YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team/conferencing/meeting spaces and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.
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