Avoid Stress, It's Time to Do 5 Light Sports at a Work Desk

Avoid Stress, It’s Time to Do 5 Light Sports at a Work Desk

For those of you who work in an office, sitting for one full day is a daily activity that you don’t want to do. Not only that, in fact sitting in a fairly long period of time can also make your health decline. Well, it never hurts you to use your free time or time to rest at the office to do light sports around your desk.

Yes, light sports activities around the work desk are usually known as deskercise. You can do this light sports so that your health is also maintained while working in the office. Of course with good health, the work will also be more satisfying.

  1. Floating on a Chair. This mild exercise can make your shoulder and hand muscles that feel sore due to too much typing or writing can be overcome. The trick, you sit cross-legged on your work chair, place both hands on the right and left side of the chair. After that, slowly lift your body by putting pressure on both hands as a support. Hold for 10 to 20 seconds, then drop slowly. Insert a break for 30 seconds after your body sits back in the chair. Repeat this light exercise 5 times.
  2. Stretching Legs. When sitting too long, sometimes the leg muscles and calves will also feel pain. You can try stretching your legs. The trick, sit in a chair, then straighten your legs one by one, lift one of your legs, and hold for 5-10 seconds. Perform this movement on your other leg. After that, you can try to lift both legs simultaneously with the same technique.
  3. Spinal Stretches. Sometimes the spine also feels very sore if sitting for long periods of time. You can stretch your spine, the way you do is sit up straight in your chair. After that, put your left hand on the table and put your right hand behind the chair followed by the direction of your body. Hold for a few seconds. Do it in the opposite direction.
  4. Push Up Tables. Do push-ups at the end of the table. Position your body like you would do a push up, but you are not doing this on the floor. Put your hands on the edge of the table and stretch your legs with a distance. Then, move up and down. Do it several times for 30 seconds.
  5. Up and Sit. This movement is almost similar to the movement of floating on a chair. But the difference is, this movement you do not need the help of both hands to support your body. You need a strong footstool to do this. The trick, sit upright in a chair, then do a standing motion then sit back. Do this for a few seconds.

You can do this light sports between your free time in the office. In fact you can do sports anywhere and anytime. So do not delay to exercise.

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