Not a huge amount sitting at your desk, but there are ways you can squeeze more activity around your work day. Park on the far side of the lot and walk instead of driving right to the door. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Go for a 10-15 minute walk at lunchtime.
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649 8/17/12 8:32 A
I asked this same question a couple months ago and got a lot of interesting responses. here's the like below.
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8/16/12 8:53 P
Sit on a stationary bike instead of a chair and you can pedal when you feel like it. This would be great invention, I don't know if IKEA already has such a chair or chair/table combo. I know they do have standing desks, but this should be on the way too.
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8/16/12 8:23 P
Offer to fax more for people? Run to get coffee more?
I am just kidding. I work in my office all day and would like to find more ways too. But I do make up for it by going to the gym. I can understand though if you don't have the extra time to do that!
8/14/12 2:35 P
If you click on Healthy Lifestyle at the top of the page and go to Videos, you'll find Coach Nicole's desk workout there.
Hope that helps,
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