There are some things that you can do as you stand there. I just love working my bands. The smallest one would probably work for you. It is only about 12 inches long, but mine is a bright color, you may want to tone it down on the job. With these bands, you could do several smaller sets with them. Upper arms, biceps, triceps, delts. Also, you can to exercises with these for your lower legs, calves, hips and buttocks fairly easily and nobody would be the wiser (accept your colleges while you do them lol). To make it more challenging for me, I step on one end, slip my foot into the other end and do leg lifts, to the sides, back and front. You can even target your inner thighs by crossing one leg over the other and believe me, you will most definitely feel it!
hey everybody this is my first post, so I just wanted to say hi but also to see if anyone had any weight loss suggestions for someone in my current job position. I work front desk at a hotel. We stand all day and are basically supposed to stand in front of our computers the entire time (ready and waiting to assist). The only time we get to do any moving around (besides shift from one sore foot to the other) is on the way to lunch or on an errand for a guest. I will say that I am NOT a workout fan at all and haven't found a way to make it a habit, but I know its unfortunately neccesary. I would probably work best with a personal trainer but I don't have those type of hollywood funds. There aren't gyms near me or really anywhere convienent and its a little intimidating to just go in there and start using machines and doing random excercises when you don't know what you're doing or how things work.
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